Most voters hold favorable views of regulatory agencies like the EPA and the public protections they provide, yet critics worry a new bill would make the already inefficient regulatory process “as dysfunctional, inefficient and redundant as possible.”
Though the European Union has lauded its own efforts to avoid another disastrous banking fall out, one Danish researcher says these efforts simply aren’t enough.
BRUSSELS -- In 2008, a major financial crisis rocked the world. In the European Union, this event sparked a
political discussion on a series of measures designed to prevent the dire consequences of such crises in the future,
including big bank bailouts.
Meanwhile, five years