The Great Debate

China’s yuan, not the dollar, is too cheap

November 16, 2009

morici— Peter Morici is a Professor at the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, and former chief economist at the United States International Trade Commission. The views expressed are his own. —

Don’t give the Fed a new job

July 16, 2009

williams_mark— Mark T. Williams, a former Federal Reserve Bank examiner, teaches finance at Boston University’s School of Management and is writing a book on the rise and fall of Lehman Brothers. The views expressed are his own. —

Regulation reform hints of “Old Europe”

June 18, 2009

bob-bench— Robert R. Bench, a former Deputy Comptroller of the Currency in the Reagan administration, is a senior fellow at the Boston University School of Law’s Morin Center for Banking and Financial Law. The views expressed are his own. —

Challenges for the G20: The IMF and regulation

March 26, 2009

StephanyGriffith-Jones— Stephany Griffith-Jones is executive director of the Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia University. The views expressed are her own. —

New rules won’t end London’s golden lure

March 20, 2009

— Alexander Smith is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own —

Credit control will be much more intrusive in future

January 26, 2009

John Kemp Great Debate— John Kemp is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own —

The international system of bank regulation, epitomised by the Basle II process and the light-touch principles-based regulation of Britain’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) has comprehensively failed.

A new direction in global financial regulation

January 26, 2009

John Kemp Great Debate— John Kemp is a Reuters columnist.  The views expressed are his own —

UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s call today for a new G20 charter of principles on financial regulation  reflects an emerging consensus among policymakers that, once the immediate crisis has passed, the regulatory framework must be fundamentally redesigned.