Symposium on Public Policy Issues in Finance

  • Author(s): HAYNE E. LELAND, MARTIN FELDSTEIN, ROBERT R. GLAUBER, DAVID W. MULLINS, STEVEN M. H. WALLMAN
  • Published: Apr 18, 2012
  • Pages: 1181-1198
  • DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6261.1997.tb02729.x

ABSTRACT

The thesis of this symposium, organized by James Bicksler, was that while finance theory will surely inform practitioners, it seems appropriate to pay some attention to the opposite flow: practitioners can inform theory. Contributors include a distinguished group of practitioners with extensive backgrounds in economics, and economists with extensive public policy experience: Martin Feldstein, Robert Glauber, David Mullins, and Steven Wallman. Their topics range from privatizing social security, to managing market crashes, to the regulatory agency cost problem, to regulatory constraints in a technologically advanced world.

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