Areas of expertise
Flow of funds • Capital flows • Monetary and financial architecture • Financial regulation
Jane D’Arista, an Economic Policy Institute research associate, has written on the history of U.S. monetary policy and financial regulation, international and domestic monetary systems, and capital flows to emerging economies. From 1988 to 1999 she taught international finance at Boston University School of Law. Before that, she served for 20 years as a staff economist for the U.S. Congress.
B.A. Barnard College (1954)
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The crisis in the financial system is the result of "regulatory, institutional, product, and market" failures, writes Jane D'Arista, an EPI research associate. In a briefing paper she explores how the current crisis should inform the development of a new architecture for the financial system that is linked with the real economy.
America’ banking woes constitute one of the biggest challenges facing the
Clinton administration. This challenge deserves the immediate attention of new
leaders at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Treasury Department.
The U.S. Government’ role as a financial guarantor poses an
unprecedented threat to the taxpayer. The President’ 1991 budget proposal
noted that the total amount of all deposits held in U.S.