Coping with risk in transnational financial markets

Coping with risk in transnational financial markets

Modern societies are increasingly formed by social, economic and legal relations that dissolve the traditional boundaries of nation states. Transnational firms and other cross-border organizations and networks develop new modes of cooperation, thereby setting new standards of governance. At the same time, markets – in particular financial markets – have more and more outgrown systems of national regulation, and time and again a crisis illustrates the need to improve international policy coordination, and to develop more elaborate ways of coping with the risks that arise.
This special ebook from the Journal of Risk Finance contains a selection of chapters derived from presentations at the 2014 workshop on “Coping with Risk in Transnational Financial Markets” hosted by ZenTra, the Center for Transnational Studies, in Oldenburg, Germany. Established in 2011, ZenTra is an interdisciplinary and collaborative initiative joining researchers from various fields at the Universities of Bremen and Oldenburg.

Big is beautiful: the information content of bank rating changes,Does compliance with the German corporate governance code pay off? - An investigation of the implied cost of capital,Editorial,Financial regulation, collective cognition, and nation state crisis management: a multiple case study of bank failures in Germany, Ireland, and the UK,Heterogeneous investors and trading platforms competition,Location of banks and their credit ratings,Rating sovereign debt in a monetary union – original sin by transnational governance,Sustainability vs. credibility of fiscal consolidation. A principal components factor analysis for the Euro Zone

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