Too Big to Fail v. Too Small to Survive

by Daniel Scheeringa July 21 2011, 20:32
The Congressional Oversight Panel for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) has issued its final report, and the TARP program is projected to cost much less than forecast. Unfortunately, TARP hasn’t solved the original problem of “too big to fail”. The problem is worse today, and the legislative solution may make things even worse. [More]

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