US Economist James Galbraith Financial Crisis Caused by a 'Culture of Complicity'

While the world talks about new ways to save struggling banks, there are a handful of economists who think some banks shouldn't be saved at all. American economist James Galbraith told Manager Magazin that it might make more sense to break them up and start over.
What should be done with the world's ailing banks?

What should be done with the world's ailing banks?

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Interview conducted by Matthias Kaufmann
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