Other People's Money: Policy Change, Congress, and Bank Regulation


Combining detailed historiographical & quantitative analysis, Jeffrey Worsham tracks, explains, & explores the policy consequences of political variation in the financial subsystem from its inception through the 1990s, arguing that subsystems are a wavering equilibrium solution to the problem of policymaking in the United States.

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