The Paradox of Securitization

R&R Consulting’s Ann Rutledge notes that the financial crisis has demonstrated the need for new fraud risk models to facilitate sound economic decisions within the capitalist framework. Paradoxically, while improper use of securitization  brought on the financial crisis, properly implemented securitization models could help revive the economy by recycling capital more efficiently and transparently.

Read “The Paradox of Securitization” on the Carnegie Council’s Policy Innovations website.

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