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Bankers were deluded rather than evil – some evidence

A great piece of research¬†from the authors at the University of Michigan and Princeton University (*) tests the hypothesis that the bankers inside the sub-prime mortgage bubble knew it was all too good to last. They find the hypothesis false. Many of the bankers in mortgage securitisation (transforming bank mortgage loans into bonds that were… Continue Reading

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