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Traditional Versus Shadow Banking (Page One Economics Classroom Edition)

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Modern economies rely heavily on financial intermediaries to channel funds between borrowers and lenders. In the first edition of the Page One Economics Newsletter, the role of traditional banking is outlined and a parallel system—shadow banking—is explored.

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Keep your students in the know on timely economic issues with the new Page One Economics Newsletter Classroom Edition. The Page One Economics newsletter provides a simple, short overview of a current economic event. The Teacher’s Guide includes student questions and a teacher answer key, plus additional resources and lesson ideas for classroom, extra credit, or make-up assignments. You can subscribe via RSS feed or email.

 

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