2008 – 2018 – Ten Years On : What Have We Learned?
The collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 sent shock waves throughout global markets and economies, marking the start of the global financial crisis that crippled economies and states across the world. A decade later, what are the lasting impacts of the financial crisis on the global economy? How effective were the responses to the crisis and how are they shaping financial markets today? And what should policymakers do to prevent a repeat of the disaster?