Are free markets the cause of financial instability?

Critical Review: A Journal of Politics and Society 14 (1):57-67 (2000)
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Abstract As the critics of global financial capitalism recognize, there is excessive financial instability in today's international economy. However, this instability is due not to laissez faire, but to its absence. Comparing the current world financial system to a laissez?faire benchmark highlights the very significant differences between the two.

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