The potential effect of an ‘economic war’

The potential effect of an economic war

It really started in the summer of 2008, when Lehman Brothers collapsed and the global financial system teetered on meltdown. Going about their lives on the weekend of September 13th, ordinary people had to come to terms with a strange, new reality: risks and uncertainties they were not familiar with and did not understand could be about to turn their lives upside down.

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Author: James Lloyd, Strategic Society Centre

Publisher: LSE Politics and Policy Blog

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