The Howard University Department of Economics hosted “Too Big To Fail,” a symposium to reflect on the global financial crisis that unfolded 10 years ago. The symposium assessed potential solutions to insure the crisis does not repeat. Key among those solutions is a proposal from Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari to improve the regulation of large banks and reduce the risks they create for the economy. A panel of experts responded by discussing the impacts the crisis had on workers and consumers, the economy and those setting monetary policy. See more information about the event.