Timothy Geithner Quotes and its meanings

Timothy Geithner has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Failure Finance Knowledge Money Peace

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What does Timothy Geithner write about?

Timothy Geithner has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about failure, finance, knowledge, money & peace. People always share Failure quotes, Finance quotes, knowledge, money & peace from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Timothy Geithner?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Timothy Geithner.

  • We judged that a sudden, disorderly failure of Bear would have brought with it unpredictable but severe consequences for the functioning of the broader financial system and the broader economy, with lower equity prices, further downward pressure on home values, and less access to credit for companies and households.
  • I personally believe that there's going to be a good case for the government preserving some type of guarantee to make sure that people have the ability to borrow to finance a house even in a very damaging recession. I think there's going to be a good case for that.
  • And I think it's a prudent, responsible way, given the scale of the emergency, the scale of the damage still facing America, that we finance these additional support for the unemployed as well as the support for small business. We think there's a good case for doing it now. We want to do it in an overall fiscally responsible way.
  • This crisis exposed very significant problems in the financial systems of the United States and some other major economies. Innovation got too far out in front of the knowledge of risk.
  • There is a basic lesson on financial crises that governments tend to wait too long, underestimate the risks, want to do too little. And it ultimately gets away from them, and they end up spending more money, causing much more damage to the economy.
  • Some think that by preparing to deal with crises you make them more likely. I think the wiser judgment is the contrary. In this area at least, if you want peace or stability, it's better to prepare for war or instability.