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What Caused The Global Financial Crisis?

Hello Everyone,

This evening we are going to begin looking at what is often termed the Global Financial Crisis. It is not surprising that the ‘bust’ has resulted in many people asking why it happened and what can be done to rectify it. Yet…

Are the true culprits being identified and placed under the spotlight? … or are innocent parties are being blamed?

Will stimulus, quantitative easing, bailouts and too-big-to-fail get us out of The Great Recession?… Or will they only make things worse?

These are very important questions; for the implications of what is currently being decided will impact every single one of us for many years to come.

Date: Tuesday 17 May
Time: 6pm
Room: University of Auckland Business School, Owen G Glenn Building, Room 219 (Level 2)  
 

We look forward to seeing you there.

[Update: Links to videos from tonight’s seminar]

Peter Schiff Was Right:

Professor F. Hayek in an interview with Bernard Levin (31st May, 1980 at the University of Freiburg):

Professor George Reisman – A Pro-Free-Market Program for Economic Recovery:

John Allison – The Financial Crisis: Causes and Possible Cures:

http://www.aynrand.org/site/PageServer?pagename=reg_ls_financial_crisis


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  1. s burgess
    May 17, 2011 at 12:22 am

    the best book ive read was melt down by tom woods.he pulled apart the arguement including views i held about the free markets lack of regulation being the cause of the crisis.he has good lectures on mises.com to

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