This chapter begins with a synthesis of the topics covered in the preceding chapters. It argues that in order to explain the recent boom and bust episode in the United States, one should turn attention to models of the stock market. It sketches an approach to booms and crashes that gives a central role to technical progress and the expansion of new markets.
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