“Nadie debería morir de hambre, pero eso no significa que la gente deba comer el máximo posible. Un país que careciera de sistema financiero sería muy pobre pero de ahí no se sigue que cuanto mayor sea el sistema financiero, más próspero será el país”
“should we, as the US would do, look for the solution in better people? Or should we, as most of the rest of the developed world does, think that if instruments are dangerous when abused their use should be tightly controlled? For many Americans, the fear of restrictions on the liberty of honest citizens is so strong that they are willing to accept the collateral damage of a high homicide rate and the incarceration of large numbers of bad young men. For Europeans, the loss of the ability to own a gun is a trifling price to pay for safer streets. There are similar transatlantic differences over the scope and merits of financial innovation.