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Looking Backward to Posterity: the statistics of crisis

Systemic Risk Centre panel discussion

Date: Tuesday 6 May 2014 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speakers: Dr Jon Danielsson, Professor Casper de Vries, Dan di Bartolomeo, Dr Mark Flood, Dr Philipp Hartmann
Chair: Professor Roman Frigg

George Santayana remarked “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”. Regulation following economic collapse has often been a precursor to calamity and this debate explores regulation’s role in financial crises.

Jon Danielsson (@JonDanielsson|) is co-director of the Systemic Risk Centre (@LSE_SRC|)  at LSE.

Casper de Vries is a professor of economics at Erasmus School of Economics.

Dan di Bartolomeo is president of Northfield Information.

Dr Mark Flood is research principal at the Office of Financial Research, US Treasury

Dr Philipp Hartmann is head of directorate general research of the European Central Bank

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