By Global Economics Group on December 1, 2011

FinReg provides a weekly collection of news, blogs, academic articles and other ideas related to the evolving financial regulation landscape. Financial Regulation News Brief – Volume 27

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By Global Economics Group on November 17, 2011

FinReg provides a weekly collection of news, blogs, academic articles and other ideas related to the evolving financial regulation landscape. Financial Regulation News Brief – Volume 26

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By Global Economics Group on November 10, 2011

FinReg provides a weekly collection of news, blogs, academic articles and other ideas related to the evolving financial regulation landscape. Financial Regulation News Brief – Volume 25

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By Global Economics Group on November 3, 2011

FinReg provides a weekly collection of news, blogs, academic articles and other ideas related to the evolving financial regulation landscape. Financial Regulation News Brief – Volume 24

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By Global Economics Group on November 2, 2011

On October 25, 2011, GlobalEcon Director Douglas Elliott testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on International Monetary Policy and Trade regarding the European crisis and its implications for the United States. Douglas Elliott is convinced that if Europe were to be shaken by a series of nations defaulting on their government debt then the continent […]

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By Global Economics Group on November 1, 2011

A new Congressional Budge Office analysis supports the idea that income inequality has grown considerably over the past few decades. As part of his Making Sen$e series on economic inequality, Paul Solman of PBS NewsHour talks to GlobalEcon Director Richard Epstein, who argues that wealth inequality acts as an impetus for innovation.

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