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The Psychological Effects Of The Financial Crisis, Lingering

The corporate sign of the defunct Lehman Brothers heads for auction in London, September 2010.

Today, an interview with Berkeley Economist Ulrike Malmendier, who has done pioneering work on the psychological effects of living through different economic events — and specifically the effect on our behavior and our willingness to take risk. Based on that work, what were the likely effects of the financial crisis, for us and for the economy?

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