Debate: Ten Years After the Global Financial Crisis, the System Is Safer
In 2008, the world witnessed one of the worst financial crises in global history. Now ten years later, has the world learned its lesson? This debate is presented in partnership with Foreign Affairs.
For the Motion:
Jason Furman Fmr. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers & Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute
Neel Kashkari President, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis & Fmr. Assistant Secretary, U.S. Treasury Department
Against the Motion:
Kenneth Rogoff American Economist & Professor, Harvard University
Gillian Tett U.S. Managing Editor, Financial Times