NEW YORK ( CNBC) --As you may have noticed, we specialize in examining the regulatory roots of the financial crisis around here. A lot of people--including the government's Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission--tend to view the financial crisis as a result of a failure of capitalism or a result of deregulation. There's some truth to this. But the role that regulatory constraints on market actors played in the crisis still doesn't get enough attention.
By John Carney, Senior Editor, CNBC.com
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