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Contents Foreword by Paul Volcker Preface 1. Introduction: Our Message and Methods Part 1. Warnings 2. What Is the Problem? 3. Why Protection Is Costly 4. How Pervasive Is TBTF? 5. Why Protect TBTF Creditors? 6. The Growth of TBTF Protection 7. Testing Our Thesis: The Cases of Not Too Big to Fail Part 2. Options 8. Can the Problem be Addressed? 9. Creating the Necessary Foundation 10. Reducing Policymakers? Uncertainty 11. Limiting Creditor Losses 12. Restricting Payment System Spillovers 13. Alternatives for Managing Too Big to Fail 14. Summary: Talking Points on Too Big to Fail Appendixes A. FDICIA: An Incomplete Fix B. Penalizing Policymakers C. Supervision and Regulation D. Increasing Market Discipline References Index
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