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Why do regulators fail to regulate?
Posted on July 21, 2012 by lawrence serewicz
When people hear about regulators failing to spot problems, they often think the regulators are incompetent. The headlines around these cases present a picture of regulators unwilling, unable, or unprepared to do their jobs. Even though regulators may have flaws, … Continue reading →
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