This chapter presents a panel discussion among three distinguished practitioners: Governor Donald L. Kohn of the Federal Reserve; former Governor Laurence H. Meyer, now vice chairman of Macroeconomic Advisers LLC; and William C. Dudley, advisory director of Goldman, Sachs & Co. The three panelists share the view that asset markets periodically develop “bubbles,” upward price movements that cannot easily be justified by fundamentals and that often end in sharp declines.
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