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Japan's Lost Lesson

Sep 6, 2011

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On today's show: A financial crisis that began with the popping of a huge housing bubble and led to a stock market plunge and a banking crisis.

That's right. It's a show about Japan in the 1990s.

We talk to Adam Posen, who argues that the U.S. can learn a lot from Japan's mistakes. Posen is an economist at the Peterson institute and the Bank of England.

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