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How to start a financial crisis in Russia

Adam Triggs
By Adam Triggs
March 9 2022 - 6:25pm
Put simply, the West needs to make it as easy as possible for Russians to get their money out of Russia. Picture: Shutterstock

Economists have spent decades studying financial crises to learn how to stop them from starting. But can these lessons be used in reverse? Can we use these lessons to trigger a financial crisis in Russia in response to Putin's invasion of Ukraine? And should we?

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Adam Triggs

Adam Triggs

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Adam Triggs is a director within Accenture Strategy, a visiting fellow at the Crawford School at the Australian National University, a non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution, and a fellow at Macquarie University's E61 institute. He writes fortnightly for ACM.

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