Sowell: Got It All Wrong
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This paper discusses Thomas Sowell's article on government regulation within the banking industry. It offers a critical assessment and offers several rebuttals of his premise against intervention and oversight. It points out that all manner of homeowners have faced foreclosure, not just those lower income HUD approved homeowners. It further provides examples of instances where government regulation would have been a benefit within the financial industry
From the Paper:"To thrust the brunt of the blame for the ongoing credit and banking crisis here in America on government intervention would be disingenuous. Thomas Sowell's article, "Government Intervention made Banks Basket Cases" argues that the rising rate of foreclosures would never have reached this point had politicians and government agencies stayed out of the way of mortgage originators or banking institutions. However, the blame stretches far beyond government interference. One may want to consider the perverse compensation structure for mortgage brokers, the absurd number of people who unwisely took out home equity loans, or the incredible quantity of..."
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Sowell: Got It All Wrong (2009, December 01) Retrieved August 20, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/sowell-got-it-all-wrong-143457/
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