Nicholas Dorn argues that the failures that led to the financial crisis were symptoms of a deeply entrenched historical democratic deficit. The whirlwind of regulatory activism post-crisis at international, European and national levels has yet to touch the core problem, which is that there never has been public regulation of financial markets in the UK. If the historically-constructed separation of regulation from […]
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