In spite of the hundreds of thousands of auditors working for accounting firms, the SEC, and the Department of Justice, no one, as yet, has gone to jail for the 2008 financial crisis. Identifying those who have committed financial crimes, or criminally negligent oversight, and actually sending them to jail - part of the jobs of government auditors and regulators, but something the United States and Europe have inexplicably elected not to do in the years following the 2008 crash - is the sort of aggressive response that might spur reforms

— Jacob Soll  

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