Financial Re-Engineering

Moderator William Wheaton starts the discussion by suggesting that the interconnected global system of financial markets may be inherently unmanageable and overly risky, due to its complexity. Financial transactions in a world of 8 billion people can become too complex, leading to uncontrollable systemic risk and disaster, much the way small brushfires swiftly grow and consume millions of acres.

Provided by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Topic: CXO Date Added: Oct 2010 Format: Webcast

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