by Carmen Reinhart and Vincent Reinhart

The world has learned a lot since the 2008 financial crash. But the tragedy is that none of these lessons are new, so history is doomed to repeat itself.

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by Gillian Tett

Just as there was in 2007, there is still a temptation to assume that culture does not matter in the era of sophisticated, digitally enabled finance. This thinking is wrong.

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by Raghuram G. Rajan

The global recession was not the kind of crisis that governments can borrow their way out of. Instead of going further into debt, countries need to address the underlying flaws in their economies.

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by Timothy F. Geithner

Sooner or later, the United States will face another major financial crisis. Yet the tools policymakers have for responding are even weaker than they were before the last crash.

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by Gillian Tett

As the global financial sector has swelled, the gap between the rich and the poor has grown. How much are banks to blame for inequality, and what should the government do about it?

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