Fighting a Dangerous Financial Fire: The Federal Response to the Crisis of 2007-2009 Case Solution

In the summer of 2009, many observers have concluded that the catastrophic collapse seemed imminent financial, but the fall and winter before – was avoided. Although the recession has still not yet been declared the sole and the economy remained far from strong, many thought that the worst of the crisis had passed. With the spiral into an abyss global financial system, government officials, business leaders and U.S. taxpayers could now take stock of where they were and where they should be directed. In particular, many wondered how the disaster in the first place: exactly what caused the sudden financial crisis of 2007-2009?
by
David Moss,
Cole Bolton
Source: Harvard Business School
68 pages.
Release: June 15, 2011. Prod #: 711104-PDF-ENG
The fight against dangerous financial fire: the federal response to the crisis of 2007-2009 Case Solution

Fighting a Dangerous Financial Fire: The Federal Response to the Crisis of 2007-2009 Case Solution
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