Fed's Tarullo calls for more research into systemic risk


Daniel Tarullo, a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, spoke at the Fed's Conference on the Regulation of Systemic Risk in Washington, DC, earlier this month.

He set out his agenda for further research into industrial organisation and systemic risk and renewed his call for researchers to "devote more attention to investigating economies of scale and scope in financial services".

Expanding his request made in previous speeches, he suggested a broader range of topics on

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