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  • 15 Oct 2018
    Jocelyn Pixley

    Central Banks, Democratic States and Financial Power

    When the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of England purchased bank and state debt during the 2007–2008 crisis, it became apparent that, when technically divorced from fiscal policy, monetary policy cannot revive but only prevent economic activity deteriorating further. Pixley explains how conflicting social forces shape the diverse, complex relations of central banks […]

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  • 25 Oct 2017
    Sanjai Bhagat

    How to Cure Too-Big-To-Fail

    The Dodd-Frank Act’s worthy objectives were to improve the safety, resilience, efficiency, and transparency of our financial system. Yet it has drastically diminished the credit available to low-income Americans – the very people the law was supposed to help. Equally important, community banks, which service disproportionately large shares of agricultural, residential mortgage, and small business […]

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  • 9 Jan 2014
    Mauro F. Guillén, Emilio Ontiveros

    A New Financial Scenario For 2014

    Mauro F. Guillén and Emilio Ontiveros, co-authors of Global Turning Points: Meeting the Challenges for Business in the 21st Century (2012), talk about the financial situation and its challenges in 2014.

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