Fixing a Rigged System

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Fixing a Rigged System

Anat R. Admati explains why our financial system still struggles with misconduct.

Why is our financial system not in better shape now than it was in 2008? Why does corporate misconduct continue — and what does that mean for American politics? Professor Anat R. Admati thinks that a better public understanding of the financial system could lead to improvements.

Fixing a Rigged System

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