My bank regulation students received their final paper topic today. This is a big one. Let me preface this by saying that I have high regard for my students. They have excellent analytical and technical abilities and I think, generally speaking, they are able to bring these skills to bear on important problems. So I decided to give them a big one in bank regulation. I asked them to solve the problem of “Too Big to Fail” (TBTF).
I want them to use the information they learned in classes at UND (most are seniors) to try and assess the extent of the problem and devise solutions for it. This should be a good one. Stay tuned.