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Getting the incentives right

31 March 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

Paulson’s plan assigns a broad role to the Fed. Having responsibility for monetary policy, financial stability and any rescues in one place makes good sense provided the Fed is always required to think of bailout funds as real money, not free subsidies from taxpayers.

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