Some commentators argue that when a financial firm is rescued by the government in the midst of a…

Some commentators argue that when a financial firm is rescued by the government in the midst of a financial crisis, the firm’s equity holders should be wiped out, but the firm’s creditors should be protected. Does this solve the moral hazard problem? Why or why not?

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