While central banks' actions after the financial crisis helped prevent a greater fallout and have strengthened the financial system as a whole, governments have not stepped up to the plate, writes Mohamed El-Erian. Many pre-crisis stability risks have moved to nonbank entities and governments have failed to step in to improve current and future growth dynamics.
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