Pew: How we should regulate derivatives markets

August 25, 2009

For those interested in the subject, this 20-pager by Stanford Professor of Finance Darrell Duffie provides a decent primer on issues surrounding derivatives regulation. (Those who prefer to read in pdf format can click here)

(For easier reading, click “toggle full screen” top-right and then “+” to zoom in)

Pew Duffie Derivatives

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I appreciate what Duffie is doing here. Its a clean, logical and sensible description of whats going on with derivatives regulation. Its also nonpatisan, which that the regular media will surely ignore it.

Posted by Jim Kelleher | Report as abusive

I am the regular media Jim! ;)

Posted by Rolfe Winkler | Report as abusive

I like the CIA/Vietnam approach. If they screw this up again we give them a shot of morphine, a 9mm in the ear, and then we dump the body in an alley. It will send a message, and also address the unemployment problem for the kids coming out of the MBA/MS in Finance programs.

Posted by ARJTurgot | Report as abusive