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Allows students to understand the origin and evolution of financial crises. Various policy options that may prevent and mitigate financial crises and the restructuring of the global financial architecture to prevent or limit future crises are examined
Although the course focuses mostly on the United States and on the most recent financial crisis, it will also examine earlier financial crises in the United States (such as the Great Depression) and past financial bubbles, such as the 17th century Dutch Tulip mania and the 1997 Asian crisis.
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Student must be ready to learn the causes of all the financial crises in the US since its history.