This event is great on its own, what I think is out of control is the frequency. It seems to be triggering at least once a term for me, resulting in the global economy never actually getting into the boom side of the boom/bust cycle before the next market meltdown triggers.
I’d suggest reducing the trigger frequency and/or give us some policy levers to do it ourselves, e.g. banking regulation, financial transaction taxes, etc. Something else to consider would be to add some upside random events to balance it out, things like a bull stock market event, or things like major oil field discovered, gold rush, etc. that help move the global economy back towards the boom side of the cycle.