Regulators from around the world convened in Chicago last week to debate the proper response to global financial crises.

Their host, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Michael H. Moskow, set the stage. "What are the most effective means of preventing such crises?" he asked. "Do we need to develop a new regulatory architecture for banking?"

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