10 Years after the Crash

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1. What do you think?
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Top economists promised the British Queen that they would learn from their failure to see the 2007/08 Crash coming. It is now almost 10 years since the failure of Northern Rock in the UK in September 2007 one of the first major events of the Crash. We want to understand your views on the extent that those with influence on the management of the economy have learnt from the Crash; what those lessons should be and the significance of the Crash on subsequent events. We will analyse the results for the 1st free issue of The Mint which you can have access to if you give us your contact details at the end.
 

1. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "the people responsible have improved their understanding of how to manage the UK economy since the Crash of 2007/8"? *

 

2. How much influence do you think different groups have on the management of the UK economy: *

Significance influenceSome InfluenceVery little influenceNo influenceDon't know
Economists
Government
Finance sector
Industry
Unions
 

3. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "the people responsible have improved their understanding of how to manage the Global economy since the Crash of 2007/8"? *

 

4. How much influence do you think different groups have on the management of the Global economy: *

Significant influenceSome InfluenceVery little influenceNo influenceDon't know
Economists
Government
Finance sector
Industry
Unions
 

5. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "Since the Crash of 2007/8 economists better understand how risks posed by the finance sector to the wider economy can be managed"? *

 

6. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "Since the Crash of 2007/8 Governments have introduced effective measures to ensure the finance sector no longer poses significant risks to the rest of the economy"? *

 

7. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "Since the Crash of 2007/8 the finance sector better manages its risks so they do not pose such significant risks to the wider economy"? *

 

8. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "The main lesson of the Crash of 2007/8 is that we should have much less confidence in the ability of markets to deliver beneficial outcomes for all"? *

 

9. How significant an event do you think the Crash of 07/08 was in terms of ultimately leading to the Brexit vote and the election of Trump? *

 

10. Any other comments?

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