November 3, 2009
Chicago Booth London Campus
25 Basinghall St
London EC2V 5HA
20:30 Networking Reception
£10 General Admission;
No charge to current Univ of Chicago degree-seeking students
How to Cope with Financial Institutions that Are Too Big to Fail: A Lesson Learned from the Financial Crisis
Luigi Zingales, Robert C. McCormack Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance and the David G. Booth Faculty Fellow
Are large financial institutions too big to fail? Whether you believe they’re too-big-to-fail because of the high economic costs or because of political reality, almost all of us agree we need some new thinking on how to regulate these institutions. Do you? Please join us at the upcoming Chicago Booth Global Leadership Series for some fresh insight and debate.
Hear Luigi Zingales propose a new and implementable mechanism to address the too-big-to-fail problem.