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>Actually, the book Irrational Exuberance is a serious and very well
>done book, not meant as a joke. I think that some media people may
>have joked about it, though. It has a chapter on contagions, too.
>Also, Alan Greenspan started referring to "the contagion effect"
>in reference to the Asian economic crisis in 1997.
Thanks, Aaron. I'll give it a more serious look.
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