Effectiveness and channels of macroprudential policies: lessons from the Euro area,Has regulatory reform been misdirected?,Impact of regulatory changes on government bond market liquidity,Policy responses to the Great Financial Crisis,Recent changes in US regulation of large foreign banking organizations,The impacts of financial regulations: Solvency and liquidity in the post-crisis period,What happened to global banking after the crisis?
Policy responses to the Great Financial Crisis - Part I Description
Policy responses to the Great Financial Crisis - Part I
The Great Financial Crisis has triggered an ongoing assessment of what went wrong and what can be done going forward to prevent a similar financial crisis. This assessment has driven a broad policy response in the realms of monetary and fiscal policy as well as financial regulation and supervision. To date, the policy response reflects a common recognition that the numerous and far reaching benefits of financial integration are not without risks, in particular, the risk of contagion and the possibility of a landscape of future domestic, regional and global systemic crisis. To a very large degree policymakers have also developed these answers in common, in response to the mandate given to them by G-20 leaders at the summits in Washington in 2008 and Pittsburgh in 2009.