Analysis: Economists' market-stability theories are flawed

02/20/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

The financial crisis demonstrated that an assumption by developed-world economists that markets are naturally stable and optimal is out of touch with reality, Harvard Business School research associate Jonathan Schlefer writes. Latin America and Asia took a more pragmatic approach to financial and economic policy and, as a result, largely escaped harm, Schlefer writes.

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