6 edition of Too big to save found in the catalog.
Too big to save
Robert C. Pozen
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HG181 .P67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009032794|
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Earlier in. The idea of “too big to fail” (hereafter TBTF) helps us think about how to deal with an existing crisis. But it is “moral hazard” that gives us insight into why crises happen in the first Author: Nikhil Sonnad. Too big to fail is a phrase used to describe a company that's so entwined in the global economy that its failure would be catastrophic.
Big doesn't refer to the size of the company, but rather it's involvement across multiple economies. Former President George W. Bush's administration popularized "too big to fail" during the financial crisis. Too Big To Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System—and Themselves.
By Andrew Ross Sorkin. By Andrew Ross Sorkin. Viking; pages; $. Mack managed to save Morgan Stanley by getting capital from the Japanese bank Mitsubishi.
Had Geithner succeeded in bulldozing Mack into selling, tens of thousands of employees would have lost their jobs and the too-big-to-fail problem would have been exacerbated. The incident does not inspire confidence in Geithner, currently Treasury secretary.
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