Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: “We Are Safer, But Not As Safe As We Should and Could Be”

Experts from academia and industry gathered at the University of Oxford to revisit what went wrong in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis, whether the actions that were taken since seem sufficient, and the risks that might forestall a new crisis. The authors Jure Jeric, Thom Wetzer and Alexandra Zeitz are DPhil (PhD) candidates at the University of … Continue reading Ten Years After the Financial Crisis: “We Are Safer, But Not As Safe As We Should and Could Be”