Raghuram Rajan

former Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund

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Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund

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The White House, the candidates and the Congress are working together on a massive commitment of public money.

Lawmakers Announce Deal on Bailout Plan

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Bear Stearns was  bailed out , along with  Freddie and Fannie , while Lehman Brothers was  allowed to fail .

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