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Professor Robert Engle explains the role systemic risk plays when forecasting the next possible banking crisis

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Excerpt from Fairfield County Business Journal -- '"It is 10 years since the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy,' observed Robert F. Engle, the 2003 Nobel Prize for Economics laureate, during a recent presentation at Sacred Heart University’s Center for Applied Business Research. 'At the time, we had very sketchy theories about systemic risk, whether we could have financial meltdowns or not. Over the last decade, we learned lots of things. We have lots of research now that helps us understand where financial crises come from and how likely they are to happen again.'”

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