Michael Lewis last week wrote an interesting and entertaining piece on the occupational hazard of a Wall Street career. If you have not seen it, it is here.
Lewis points out that Wall Street, while eager to disrupt other industries, is not so pleased to be disrupted itself. In particular, he suggests that Wall Street is fighting a new kind of stock market, IEX, that would make the stock market more effective and efficient, but less lucrative for Wall Street banks.
So what do think tanks have to say on this? Are they taking sides on the issue? Find Policy shows that the issue is not yet mainstream there, with only three results.
Yet the piece it finds is useful, with a lively debate in the comments. To try this search yourself, head over here.