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Would the Volcker Rule Prevent Banks Too Big to Fail?

February 25, 2010

Morris Goldstein assesses the prospects for Congress adopting the Volcker Rule and other elements of a financial regulatory reform package.





RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Policy Brief 10-3: Confronting Asset Bubbles, Too Big to Fail, and Beggar-thy-Neighbor Exchange Rate Policies [pdf] February 2010

Speech: Finding the Right Tool for Dealing with Asset Price Booms [pdf] Speech to the MPR Monetary Policy and the Markets Conference, London
December 1, 2009


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