Raghuram Rajan is a University of Chicago economist that’s most famous for attending a 2005 dinner honoring former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan just to tell him that his Fed decision making was leading the nation toward disaster. In a recent interview, he discusses how new US financial regulation continues to miss the mark.
May 25, 2010 by Leave a Comment
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