Johnson of MIT sees another financial crisis coming
Q: Will the bill prevent a future crisis?
Johnson: It definitely doesn't prevent a repeat or the likely next version. It has some measures that address part of what happened in the past, and that's OK, but it's nowhere near enough.
Q: If you could fix one thing about the bill?
A: It didn't tackle the heart of the matter, which is that the biggest banks have become too big to fail. ... All of these banks feel that they're immune from the consequences of failure.