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VV Chari

V.V. Chari discusses Too Big to Fail in the Star Tribune

“We need to have the ammunition ready well before the next financial crisis hits,” V.V. Chari, director of the Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute said. Chari published a working paper in August arguing that regulators should impose new debt-to-equity ratio limits on financial institutions according to their size as a way to prevent them from taking on too much risk.
Quantitative Easing Panelists

The End of Quantitative Easing

Quantitative easing has been the topic of many a debate since it began, but experts on both sides agree that the impact – and perceived impact – of ending this intervention will play an important role in the future of the U.S. economy. Now that the Federal Open Market Committee has begun to taper its third round of quantitative easing, what lies ahead?

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