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September 13, 2011

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Cristie Ford

Redundancy (via double-key devices), a precommitment strategy (via the memento mori) and radical transparency. These are seriously interesting proposals. I need some time to reflect on these ideas, and really hope to continue this conversation over time. Have you thought about a sort of institutional memory function as well? Maybe it's not essential, but as regulators make their double-key decisions they will need some sort of baseline or comparator, to permit intelligent decision making and potentially avoid a cascade. I can't wait to read the book.

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