The Global Economy: from Debt Crisis to Financial Crisis? / Martin Khor... [et al.]

As for the more serious danger of a financial crisis,
the only panacea is the establishment of a new financial
architecture to replace the current non-system. On this
issue, resistance is bound to be fierce as there are many
vested groups profiting from the current financial
disorder. However, memories of the 2008 financial crisis
have not faded into oblivion. Hence a sustained mass
campaign which enlists the many in the West who
suffered and continue to suffer its consequences in
alliance with the people can be a formidable force on
this issue. In the meanwhile, developing countries should
institute some capital control measures to protect their
economies. [Auszug Editorial]