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Toward a new Great Depression?

James Barth, Eminent Scholar in Finance and Lowder Eminent Scholar in Finance, Auburn University

Today’s show concerns the economy. The UN predicts that the volume of world trade will fall by more than 11% in 2009, the largest decline since the financial crisis of the 1930s. If the problems facing the world economy are similar to those of the 1930s, could the solution be similar as well? We’ll be talking about it with James Barth.

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