An interview with Eugene White on Bank Regulation . . .

Financial Crises and Banking Regulation: A History

An interview with Eugene White by Éric Monnet from Books &


“Eugene White, one of the leading financial historians in the United States, discusses how history can shed light on the current debates about banking regulation. Stressing the difference between 19th and 20th century financial crises, he explains the causes of financial crashes, the legacy of the Glass Steagall act, as well as the future of banking.”

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