Carmen Reinhart

Harvard University

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Economics Professor at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University; co-author of This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly

Carmen Reinhart on KCRW

“It wasn’t very long ago that the dread hovering over global financial markets was that things were getting too calm.”

Wild Swings in Global Markets Have Led to Fears of a Worldwide Slowdown

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