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It’s Not How Banks Were Built But How They Behave That Affects The Economy

The idea that there could be a single blueprint for rows and rows of fail-safe banks is particularly attractive in the midst of a global recession caused in part by the collapse of several major financial institutions. But such a map is not that easy to achieve, according to Johns Hopkins University economist Caroline Fohlin.