Princeton economists’ take on crisis

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In this excellent video clip, Princeton economists review recent events on Wall Street and assess the implications for the economy and public policy.

The panelists were: Hyun Shin, professor of Economics and associate chair of the Department of Economics; Markus Brunnermeier, professor of Economics; Harrison Hong, professor of Finance; Paul Krugman, professor of Economics and International Affairs; and Alan Blinder, professor of Economics and Public Affairs and co-director of the Center for Economic Policy Studies.

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