Markus Brunnermeier

Professor of Economics, Princeton University

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Professor of Economics at Princeton University, specializing in financial crises and bubbles

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In  this weekend's meeting  with the Presidents of France and the  European Commission , President Bush agreed to a series of summit meetings that could change the way capitalism is…

Europe Pushes to Rework the Global Financial System

In this weekend's meeting with the Presidents of France and the European Commission , President Bush agreed to a series of summit meetings that could change the way capitalism is…

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