Forward Thinking on the rollercoaster of central banking with Hans-Helmut Kotz
Co-host Michael Chui talks with economist Hans-Helmut Kotz who is a visiting professor of economics at Harvard University, a senior policy fellow at the Leibniz Institute for financial research at Goethe University, Frankfurt, and on the economics faculty of Freiburg University. Kotz covers topics including the following:
- Parallels between the 2007–09 global financial crisis and today’s financial turbulence.
- The balance that banking regulators need to strike to protect the economy but encourage innovation.
- Being prepared by taking eclectic perspectives.
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