11/22/2012 11:48 am ET Updated Jan 22, 2013

Simon Johnson: If You Want To Get Tough On Wall Street, Here's Your Man

The Obama administration is floating the idea that Mary J. Miller, under secretary for domestic finance at the Treasury Department, could become its nominee to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission. Ms. Miller, a longtime executive in the mutual funds industry, has served in the Treasury under Timothy Geithner since February 2010.

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