from today’s Guardian
Manchester University move to scrap banking crash module angers studentsCourse leaders cancelled the Bubbles, Panics and Crashes module developed as counterpoint to free-market teaching
Manchester University bosses came under fire from angry economics students after they scrapped a groundbreaking course that examined the effects of the 2008 banking crash.
In an escalation of the crisis gripping university economics departments, the course leaders cancelled the Bubbles, Panics and Crashes module developed to answer protests at the dominance of orthodox free-market teaching.
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