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Misleading “Research” From The Chamber Of Commerce

By Simon Johnson

On behalf of key financial sector players, Keybridge Research has just published a report that claims the Dodd-Frank reforms for over the counter derivatives market “could cost 130,000” jobs.  My MIT colleague, John Parsons, deftly takes this apart on his blog today – pointing out that the technical basis of this report is very weak (or nonexistent). 

John is an expert on these issues and spends a great of time with nonfinancial companies that use derivatives in a sensible and responsible manner.  His critique should carry weight – including with the relevant congressional hearings scheduled for this week.

But I would go further. Continue reading “Misleading “Research” From The Chamber Of Commerce”