Economic Policy and 2008 Financial Crisis
Former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner talked about his book, Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises, on the 2008 financial crisis. He spoke with Politico’s correspondent Mike Allen and Ben White. In his remarks he shared insights on President Obama and several members of his cabinet. Other topics included the financial institution bailout, reforms included in the Dodd-Frank financial regulations law. close
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Mike Allen Chief Correspondent Politico->White House
Timothy F. Geithner Secretary (Former) Department of the Treasury
Ben White Chief Correspondent Politico.com->Economics
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