How Dodd-Frank Grows the Economy
Published January 11, 2017
To improve the financial stability of the U.S. banking sector, Dodd-Frank strengthened two important regulations: risk-weighted capital and liquidity requirements. Although these rules incur some costs, the benefits of making the economy safer are much greater. In fact, risk-weighted capital and liquidity requirements benefit GDP by $351 billion in 10 years by reducing the risks of a future financial crisis.
Read our op-ed in The Hill, "How Trump can grow the economy by $351 billion".
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