New York Times (01/22/14) Eduardo Porter
The full tally of the financial markets’ collapse in 2008-09 is still a mystery, though economists with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas estimate that the financial crisis cost each American nearly $20,000. The broader impact on workers’ well being, however, could raise the cost of the crisis to about $120,000 per person in the U.S.
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