The conventional wisdom holds that mortgage-backed securities, credit-default swaps, and the like were responsible for the fragility, uncertainty, and ultimate collapse of 2008. Is that true? Professor Ed Stringham offers a revisionist account.
About the Guest
Ed Stringham is the Davis Professor for Economic Organizations and Innovation at Trinity College.
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Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life, by Edward Peter Stringham
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