Traditional Versus Shadow Banking (Page One Economics)

Modern economies rely heavily on financial intermediaries to channel funds between borrowers and lenders. In the February 2012 issue, the role of traditional banking is outlined and a parallel system—shadow banking—is explored.

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Education Level: 9-12 Non-educators College
Subjects: Economics Data Literacy
Concepts: Lenders/Borrowers Banks
Resource Types: Publication Lesson
Languages: English
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