Two people at the centre of the 2008 global financial crisis, Professor Sir Charles Bean and The Rt Hon Ed Balls, offer their thoughts on the great recession and the policies and procedures which have been adopted in its wake.

Lecturer: Professor Sir Charles Bean, Professor of Economics, London School of Economics; Member, Budget Responsibility Committee, Office for Budget Responsibility
Respondent: The Rt Hon Ed Balls, Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School; Visiting Professor, Policy Institute King’s College London; Economic Secretary, HM Treasury, Labour Party (2006-07)
Chair: Dame Frances Cairncross, Trustee, The Wincott Foundation; Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh

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Overview

Two people at the centre of the 2008 global financial crisis, Professor Sir Charles Bean and The Rt Hon Ed Balls, offer their thoughts on the great recession and the policies and procedures which have been adopted in its wake by central banks to try to mitigate a future crash.

More information at Central Banking after the Great Recession