Professor Richard Sylla discusses why there has been a rise in the frequency of international financial crises and weighs in on timing for another
— September 18, 2018
Excerpt from Vox -- "That’s another feature of financial history, i.e., taking tough measures in the wake of a crisis and then watering them down over time. What’s different this time is that the watering-down began almost immediately instead of waiting a bit. That makes me think that we will not again have to wait half a century or more before the next large-scale financial crisis arrives."