Goldberg (finance, U. of Miami) and White (economics, New York U.) present the results of a 1978 conference that brought together representatives from business, government, and academics. Much of the conversation revolves around the Glass- Steagall Act and attempts to remove the dividing line betweeThe future course of banking regulation is hard to predict, and I think a proper focus for us today is to try to have a reasoned ... The Ford Administration had an extensive agenda for regulatory reform. The 12-page discussion of this item in the 1977 Report of the Council of Economic Advisers discusses motor carriers, airlines, natural gas, electric power, and ... These three areas have been selected because the issues involved are very close to the guts of the banking business, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Deregulation of the Banking and Securities Industries|
|Author||:||Lawrence G. Goldberg, Lawrence J. White|
|Publisher||:||Beard Books - 2003-01-01|