Gerald Epstein finds interconnectedness of large banks remains a potential threat to global economy

Research on the stability of large financial institutions done by Gerald Epstein, economics and co-director of the Political Economy Research Institute, and colleagues, finds that the interconnectedness of large banks continues to be a potential threat to the global economy. He also says sections of the Dodd-Frank federal law designed to lessen these threats aren’t strong enough to do the job. (Crain’s New York Business, 12/1/14)