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Regulating Financial Markets: A Critique and Some Proposals (Hobart Paper , No 135)
by George J Benston
Binding: Paperback, 130 pages
Publisher: Coronet Books
Weight: 0.4 pound
Dimension: H: 0.55 x L: 8.27 x W: 5.43 inches
ISBN 10: 0255364156
ISBN 13: 9780255364157
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Financial services and the firms that provide them have for centuries been regulated to a greater extent than are most products that do not directly affect people's health or safety. In this illuminating overview, George Benston explains why. After describing the problematic aspects of the current regulatory system, which is costly and unfriendly to consumers, he offers thoughtful and practical proposals for its revision. These include the removal of almost all specific regulations affecting financial services firms, markets, and products, with the principal exception of a high relative capital requirement which can be met with both equity and subordinated debt to protect government insured deposits and some insurance beneficiaries. The system Benston proposes would benefit taxpayers and consumers and impose almost no cost on prudently run firms.


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