Business and Finance
The systemic problems in financial markets and institutions have contributed to the current economic crisis in America and globally. New regulatory measures to instill confidence in the finance and banking industries to prevent such a crisis from happening again continue to be debated in Washington and abroad. Brookings experts have studied the issues and made recommendations.
Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo
Fed's Tarullo on financial stability: We're safer, but are we safe enough?
November 19, 2015, Peter Olson and David Wessel
Fed Governor Tarullo argues that Dodd-Frank has made the financial system more resilient, but expresses concern that the moment we say “we’re safe enough” is when problems arise.
Financial Markets and Services
U.S. Economic Performance
Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
2014, David Wessel, ed.
2013, Martin Neil Baily, Richard J. Herring and Yuta Seki, eds.
2012, Yasuyuki Fuchita, Richard J. Herring and Robert E. Litan, eds.
Restructuring the U.S. Residential Mortgage Market
2011, Martin Neil Baily, ed.
2011, Masahiro Kawai and Eswar Prasad, eds.
2011, Eswar Prasad and Masahiro Kawai, eds.
The Future of Finance
2010, Richard J. Herring, Robert E. Litan and Yasuyuki Fuchita, eds.
Securitization After the Mortgage Meltdown
2009, Richard J. Herring, Robert E. Litan and Yasuyuki Fuchita, eds.
Opportunities and Policy Challenges
2007, Robert E. Litan and Yasuyuki Fuchita, eds.
Microeconomics Policy Research and Government Performance
2006, Clifford Winston
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The Brookings Institution
Martin Neil Baily
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Bernard L. Schwartz Chair in Economic Policy Development
Robert S. Kerr Senior Fellow
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
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