Jun 8, 12 •
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Behavioral Economics, Economic History, Financial Markets, Government, International Trade and Finance, Macroeconomic Measurement, Money and Monetary Policy, Regulation, Thinking Economically, Uncategorized •
Elaine Schwartz •
Like New York’s Knickerbocker Bank in 1907 or Jimmy Stewart’s 1930s bank in It’s a Wonderful Life, the ingredients of a classic run include distraught depositors and rumors of a bank’s imminent demise. Lines are long, emotions are... [read more]
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