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4/2/2012
In Person: Bubble-spotter Shiller says consumers need more protection

"In the course of his four-decade career, Yale economist Robert Shiller has seen enough financial folly to make anyone cynical. Instead, he thinks the industry can and should be reformed to serve ordinary people, not just the superrich."

Annie's take:

This is a terrific interview with economist Robert Shiller that covers a lot of ground, including current legislation moving into law.