Articles by Hester Peirce
The so-called Volcker rule isn't the best way to keep banks from going wild with risk.
Janet Yellen should get the Federal Reserve out of the business of trying to regulate everything.
Regulators should not let a fear of crowdfunding losses stifle legitimate businesses.
The Federal Reserve's flaws are on full display in a new documentary.
The market would discipline banks far better than the Federal Reserve.
The newest financial regulator needs to be more transparent and accountable.
'Too big to jail' hype masks the real issues with government and the finance industry.
As the Dodd-Frank Act is implemented in 2013, its many flaw will become all too apparent.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has no jurisdiction in regulating foreign financial benchmarks.
A regulatory system that counts on regulators to be smarter and more alert than the companies they regulate will fail us every time.