↑Charles G. Leathers; J. Patrick Raines; Benton E. Gup; Joseph R. Mason; Daniel A. Schiffman; Arthur E. Wilmarth Jr.; David Nickerson; Ronnie J. Phillips; Marcello Dabós; George G. Kaufman; Joe Peek; James A. Wilcox; Chris Terry; Rowan Trayler; Steven A. Seelig; Júlia Király; Éva Várhegyi; Adrian van Rixtel; 외. (2003년 12월 30일). Benton E. Gup, 편집. 《Too Big to Fail: Policies and Practices in Government Bailouts》. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers. 368쪽. doi:10.1336/1567206212. ISBN978-1-56720-621-0. OCLC52288783. 2008년 2월 20일에 확인함. The doctrine of laissez-faire seemingly has been revitalized as Republican and Democratic administrations alike now profess their firm commitment to policies of deregulation and free markets in the new global economy. — Usually associated with large bank failures, the phrase too big to fail, which is a particular form of government bailout, actually applies to a wide range of industries, as this volume makes clear. Examples range from Chrysler to Lockheed Aircraft and from New York City to Penn Central Railroad. Generally speaking, when a government considers a corporation, an organization, or an industry sector too important to the overall health of the economy, it does not allow it to fail. Government bailouts are not new, nor are they limited to the United States. This book presents the views of academics, practitioners, and regulators from around the world (e.g., Australia, Hungary, Japan, Europe, and Latin America) on the implications and consequences of government bailouts.