Joshua Picker


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Guarding Stress Test Results Article
An armed officer patrols the Federal Reserve Bank in New York on April 24, 2009. Financial regulators must ensure that those familiar with the "stress test" results—and their friends and family—do not profit off that information. (AP/Louis Lanzano)

Guarding Stress Test Results

The stress tests run on big banks aren’t public yet, note David Min and Joshua Picker. The SEC and TARP’s inspector general must prevent the misuse of this information for personal gain.

David Min, Joshua Picker

Before the Bush Recession Report
President Bush signs his $1.35 trillion tax cut on June 7, 2001, at the White House. (AP/Ron Edmonds)

Before the Bush Recession

Supply side tax cuts failed to deliver jobs and growth between 2001 and 2007, writes Joshua Picker.

Joshua Picker