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Economist asks: Has Alan Greenspan carried too much blame for the financial crash?

October 13th, 2016

Episode 791 of 802 episodes

Anne McElvoy investigates whether the legacy of former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan has been fairly or unfairly tarnished by the perception of his role in the financial crash. She is joined by Greenspan's biographer, Sebastian Mallaby, and by the prominent economic historian Niall Ferguson

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