Title XI of Dodd-Frank and its Effort to End “Too Big to Fail”ExpressO (2011)
AbstractThis article reviews Title XI of Dodd-Frank and its stated goal of ending “too big to fail.” The article examines the meaning of “too big to fail,” explains Title XI and some of its modifications to prior law, and analyzes whether Title XI achieves its stated goal. The article concludes that because federal money may be used to rescue financial institutions, “too big to fail” and “bailouts” will continue beyond this legislation.
- Title XI,
- Too Big to Fail,
- Wall Street Reform
Publication DateFebruary 13, 2011
Citation InformationHerbert C Shelton. "Title XI of Dodd-Frank and its Effort to End “Too Big to Fail”" ExpressO (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/herbert_shelton/3/