A Report by Americans for Financial Reform and the Roosevelt Institute

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on November 13, 2013

“More than five years after the financial crisis, there is still an open debate about what it would mean to have a financial sector that works for the benefit of the real economy, and how close we are to achieving that. In An Unfinished Mission: Making Wall Street Work For Us, Americans for Financial Reform and the Roosevelt Institute explore the policy questions that remain, both within and beyond the scope of the Dodd-Frank reforms. Contributors include co-editors Mike Konczal (Roosevelt Institute) and Marcus Stanley (Americans for Financial Reform); John E. Parsons (MIT Sloan School of Management); Stephen J. Lubben (Seton Hall University School of Law); Mike Calhoun (Center for Responsible Lending); Jennifer S. Taub (Vermont Law School); Ron A. Rhoades (Alfred State College); Saule T. Omarova (UNC School of Law and Cornell University Law School); J. Robert Brown, Jr. (University of Denver Sturm College of Law); Wallace C. Turbeville (Demos); and Brad Miller (Center for American Progress, former member of U.S. House of Representatives).” Published November 12, 2013

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