CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND THE BANKING CRISIS IN US AND UK 2007 TO 2010

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The 2007-2010 financial crises can be described as the worst crisis the world has faced since the Great Depression.  It has had severe impact in the world economy and ripples of the crisis have been felt even by the developing nations that were not directly linked to the epicenter of the crisis. One of the main factors that have contributed to the spread of the crisis all over the world has been the interconnectedness of the global economy as a result of globalization. The rate at which the recent economic crisis spread to the rest of the world is not the same rate at which the Great Depression spread because the world economy is more interconnected today than it was in the 1930s.