Here's the latest roundup of recent research and commentary by FinRegRag's scholars for the month of April.
Could the Supreme Court help protect the First Amendment from regulatory abuse? Brian Knight and George Mocsary in The Hill.
The Case Against More Depositor Insurance. Thomas Hoenig in Barron’s.
More questions (and document requests) for regulators in the wake of SVB and Signature by Brian Knight.
The Supreme Court Should Review Jarkesy by Andrew Vollmer.
An Annotated Bibliography of Select Mercatus Research on Financial Regulation by FinRegRag.
Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity: More Leverage Is No Solution by Thomas Hoenig.
The New DAO Model: Legal Protections for Unincorporated For-Profit Associations by Agnes Gambill West.
Knocking on the Central Bank’s Door by Thomas Hoenig.
Public Interest Comment
The Adviser Custody Proposal Exceeds Several Restrictions on the SEC. Public comment by Andrew Vollmer on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposal to revise the rule governing an investment adviser’s custody of client securities
Inflation has to be the first priority for the Fed. Thomas Hoenig on CNBC’s “Closing Bell.”
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