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New books by Avinash Persaud and Morgan Ricks present very different blueprints for financial reform. Persaud builds upon the macroprudential programme to advocate a role for regulators in shepherding risk throughout the financial system. Ricks rejects the direction taken by postfinancial crisis regulation, offering a blueprint that addresses the panicprone nature of money creation in shadow banking. This review article provides a reading of their books which demonstrates how their evaluationsdoi:10.1080/17530350.2016.1234404 fatcat:xqb3ibgsffdinglufgt4tesqoq