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10 de Febrero de 2009

El economista James Galbraith afirma que "los bancos rescatados deberían ser declarados insolventes"


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Con el costo de la solución de la crisis financiera estimado en más de 9,7 billones de dólares, hablamos con el economista y profesor de la Universidad de Texas James Galbraith, autor de The Predator State: How Conservatives Abandoned the Free Market and Why Liberals Should Too (El estado depredador: por qué los conservadores abandonaron el libre mercado y por qué los liberales deberían hacer lo mismo). Galbraith afirma que más que gastar miles de millones de dólares para poner en pie a los gigantes bancarios en problemas, el gobierno debería declararlos insolventes.

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