Financial Crises and Government
The mortgage meltdown wasn’t just a one time economic anomaly. It was the result of a recurring pattern of government regulation that ultimately creates environments that result in financial crises and panics.
This new On Demand series will explore the history of financial mayhem caused by government intervention as it explores topics like the effectiveness of stimulus spending, the Austrian theory of booms and busts, the government response to the 2008 financial crisis, the Great Recession and more.
Join professors Stephen Davies, Tyler Cowen, and others as they take you into the wild world of financial regulation – the good, the bad, and the really ugly. If getting a handle on the cause and effect of government regulation of financial systems and how it affects everyone is something you’d like to master, then watching this 11-part On Demand video series will make sure you have the ammo you need in any economic discussion.