Levmore on Why Economists Didn't Predict the 2008 Financial Crisis

Lectures from The Floating University
Wall Street Journal Ideas Market
October 27, 2011

Last month, we hosted a few videos from The Floating University, which creates multimedia curricula on inter-disciplinary topics.

Here, links to several more:

Saul Levmore, William B. Graham Distinguished Professor of Law at The University of Chicago, explains what economists are good for, and why they weren’t good at predicting 2008′s financial crisis.