Anticipating financial crisis in the 1960s and 1980s: Using the past to plan for the 'Apocalypse'
The 2008 crisis was a boon to the discipline of economic history and created an appetite for 'lessons from the past' by academics as well as policy-makers as they sought to respond to the failure of economic theory to anticipate the crisis. But beyond this intense example, can we make conclusions about the pathway to impact for historical treatments? Is there something especially inspiring or impactful about the 1930s? Does the widespread awareness that there was an interwar great depression ...Expand abstract
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