Lessons from the Irish banking crisis

Season 2, Episode 39
Sep 27, 2019, 10:00 AM

Patrick Honohan took over as governor of the Central Bank of Ireland in 2009 with the economy in meltdown, and steered it through its deepest crisis. His new book re-examines what happened, and lessons for future crises. Tim Phillips talks to Patrick and the FT's Martin Sandbu about what policymakers and central bankers can learn from Ireland's ordeal.

Read about Patrick's book at VoxEU.org.

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