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Fair Value Accounting’s Role in Financial Crisis Scrutinized

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A new academic study finds that fair value accounting was unfairly blamed for precipitating the 2008-2009 financial crisis, but acknowledges that some investors reacted positively to news that the rules would be relaxed in response to the crisis.

Urooj Khan

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