Europe’s Banks Need a TARP of Their OwnThomas Cooley, Matthew Richardson and Kermit Schoenholtz
In spite of Sunday’s victory of pro-bailout parties in the Greek election, the European Monetary Union remains in a battle for its survival. What began as a debt predicament is now compounded by a rapidly expanding banking crisis and growing political instability that threaten European integration.
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