Book Release: Reframing Financial Regulation

Feb 23, 2017Feb 24, 2017
House Visitor Center, Room 201 A&B First St NE Washington, DC 20515

Event Speakers

Hester Peirce

Former Senior Research Fellow

J. W. Verret

Senior Affiliated Scholar

Holly Bell

Professor, University of Alaska Anchorage

Dan Gallagher

Former Commissioner, US Securities and Exchange Commission and President, Patomak Global Partners, LLC

Thomas Hogan

Assistant Professor of Finance, Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University and former Chief Economist, Senate Banking Committee

Justin Schardin

Director of Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative, Bipartisan Policy Center

Event Video

The financial system is a critical engine that keeps the economy vibrant. In recent years, however, worries about too-big-to-fail and too-small-to-borrow have led many to question whether financial markets are working properly.

A new Mercatus book, Reframing Financial Regulation: Enhancing Stability and Protecting Consumers, edited by Hester Peirce and Ben Klutsey reimagines the financial regulatory framework from the ground up to create a system that works for everyone including consumers, investors, and small business owners.

Please join the Mercatus Center on Thursday, February 23 for a discussion with several of the authors of Reframing Financial Regulation. With the possible repeal of Dodd-Frank looming, this event will provide an opportunity to hear practical solutions on how the financial regulatory framework can best be reformed via a thoughtfully-regulated, market-based financial system that facilitates risk sharing, provides access to capital efficiently, and enables households to save for the future.