Systemic Risk and the Organization of the Financial System

Systemic Risk and the Organization of the Financial System

The articles in this Special Issue derive from the 2nd Chapman Conference on Money and Finance on the theme contained in the title above. The objective was to explore how the organization of the financial system and regulation affect systemic risk and to evaluate whether ongoing reforms may eliminate or mitigate systemic consequences of shocks to the financial system.

Bondholder reorganization of systemically important financial institutions,Capital regulation and systemic risk in the insurance sector,Implications of central banks’ negative policy rates on financial stability,International coordination of financial supervision: Why has it grown? Will it be sustained?,Macro and micro financial liberalizations, savings and growth,Raising bank loss absorption capacity through equity capital or bail-in debt: a perspective from Europe ,Regulating bank leverage,Systemic risk and the organization of the financial system: overview

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