Commentary: Reforms need to reflect today's financial world

09/2/2008 | Harvard Business Review

Columnist Diana Farrell argues that reform proposals too often reflect outdated thinking. To make regulatory reforms that work, they must reflect today's rapidly changing financial world. Farrell suggests focusing on three key factors: global financial activity, new participants from both private and public sectors, and the effects of unregulated markets.

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