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Aug 21, 2019
Risky lending took down the global economy in 2008. Tracking it now is a vital job for economists, says Juliane Begenau
Credits: Matthew Kulvicki
Juliane Begenau, Assistant Professor of Finance at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, explains how economists can measure bank risk.
Featuring Edward J. Kane and Perry G. Mehrling
Aug 22, 2011
Working Paper Series By Edward J. Kane, Armen Hovakimian, and Luc Laeven
Working Paper Series By Edward J. Kane