Wharton's New Class: Financial Crisis 101

by Derek Loosvelt | March 06, 2009

The Economic & Financial Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Policy Options, a new class conceived after Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, is currently in session at Penn's Wharton School of Business.

According to the school, the class (available to undergrads and grad students) filled to capacity in less than 48 hours, and reports from the first few weeks of Economic & Financial Crisis have been "overwhelmingly positive."

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