Economist Debate - Regulating Business and Financial Risks: This House believes that by intervening to regulate business and financial risks, governments have made things worse.

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One of the series of online debates organised by the Economist journal, Professor Moore wrote a series of pieces arguing against the proposition. In one of the most competitive, and controversial, debates in the series Professor Moore eventually defeated the motion taking 51% of the votes.
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