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Financial economics

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Financial economics (L111): The study of the application of economic principles and analytical techniques in the area of finance.

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Link Exorbitant Privilege: The Rise and Fall of the Dollar

Professor Barry Eichengreen discusses the rise of the US dollar has the worlds reserve currency and its potential demise from that role following...

US dollar, Reserve currency, Demise of the dollar view
Link Financial Crisis and Economic Recession

In this audio lecture Professor Jesús Huerta de Soto considers how the banking crisis and the global credit crunch of 2008 could have been...

Mises, Hayek, Banking Crisis, Economic crisis view
Link Financial Markets

Lecture series on risk management methodology in today’s society and the contributions of Behavioural Finance. Online Video lecture with...

Analysis, Analytical skills, Economics, Mathematics, Lectures, Online course view
Link How Markets Fail: The Problem of Rational Irrationality

John Cassidy discusses in this audio lecture at the LSE the causes of the global credit crunch of 2008.

Irrationality, Financial Crisis, Economic crisis, Market Failure view
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