Sunday, September 27, 2009
Three things worth reading/listening to: 1) Ezra Klein interviews Barney Frank on the future of financial regulation. 2) Last week Roberta Karmel of Brooklyn Law School sat down with Joe Stiglitz and Jesse Eisinger to talk about the future of financial regulation. The panel was moderated by Theresa Galbaldon of GW Law School. The audio for the panel - New World of Financial Regulation - can be found at the SEC's Virtual Museum. 3) On the other hand, Gerard Baker provides a counter-view arguing that we should resist the temptation to "do something" here.