17 June 2009

Some interesting readings du jour

Lots of interesting reads in today's FT:

The three steps to financial reform - By George Soros (it is a bit extreme - particularly his advocating outlawing of CDSes and banning non standardised derivatives - see my post of a few days back on OTC derivatives).

Interactive graphic: Caught in a regulatory web (9 US regulators plus 50 X 3 state regulators regulating just 4 financial industries in the US - see both tabs in the graphic)

The recession tracks the Great Depression by Martin Wolf

Why Keynes was wrong, and why it matters by Benn Steil

Why Keynes was right and wrong, and why it matters by Roger Farmer

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