An Important CHOICE: Differing views on American banking regulation
The Financial CHOICE Act aims to roll back a number of post-crisis financial regulations in the hope of stimulating economic growth, . The act is controversial, critics warn that it will destabilize the financial system while supporters claim that it will strengthen it and create jobs. A panel featuring Aaron Klein from The Brookings Institution, Thaya Brook Knight from the Cata Insttute and Peter J. Wallison from the American Enterprise Institute, shared their views on the CHOICE Act, the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, and what the future holds for effective financial regulation. The panel was moderated by Princeton University's Alan Blinder.
The event was organized by the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance Undergraduate Associates.
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