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Containing (or restraining) systemic risk: the need to not fail on 'Too Big to Fail' (with reference to Margaret Thatcher, Geoffrey Howe, Irving Kristol, Joe Nocera, Bastiat, Nietzsche, Mencken and Sandy Weill)

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Remarks before the Market News International Seminar, New York, N.Y., June 6, 2011 ; "Postcrisis, the large institutions are even larger: The top 10 now account for 64 percent of assets, up from 58 percent before the crisis and substantially higher than the 25 percent they accounted for in 1990. In effect, more prudent and better-managed banks have been denied the market share that would have been theirs if mismanaged big banks had been allowed to go out of business.

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2011. "Containing (or restraining) systemic risk: the need to not fail on 'Too Big to Fail' (with reference to Margaret Thatcher, Geoffrey Howe, Irving Kristol, Joe Nocera, Bastiat, Nietzsche, Mencken and Sa," Speeches and Essays 90, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddsp:90
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    Monetary policy ; Regulation;

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