How Iceland broke precedent and reined in its runaway financial sector

While Japan, then North America and Europe repeatedly bailed out and held their banking cartel harmless the past 30 years, in 2008 Iceland took another path. The rest of the world must do likewise.

Concluding Remarks from Gudrun Johnsen of the University of Iceland at Finance & Society 2015, explains how and why they did it. Here is a direct video link.

This entry was posted in Main Page. Bookmark the permalink.