by Russ Roberts on February 16, 2010
in Financial Markets
Alan Blinder writes in the WSJ:
I don’t think any sentient person denies the need for an agency responsible for overseeing system-wide risks, no matter where they emerge. The disagreements come over to whom to give this authority.
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