Edited by John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh
Managing Risk in the Financial System makes important and timely contributions to our knowledge and understanding of banking law, financial institution restructuring and related considerations, through the production of an innovative, international and interdisciplinary set of contributions which link together the law and policy issues surrounding systemic risk and crisis management.
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- Managing Risk in the Financial System
- Foreword: The 2010 Banking Law Symposium on Managing Systemic Risk
- Special Address: The Deposit Insurer’s Role in Transitioning from a Government Deposit Guarantee
- Preface: It Has Been ‘A Hard Day’s Night’
- Chapter 1: Investor Behaviour in the Period Before the 2007–08 Financial Crisis
- Chapter 2: The Nature of Systemic Risk
- Chapter 3: The Government as Guarantor of Last Resort: Benefits, Costs and the Case for Premium Charges
- Chapter 4: The Troubled Asset Relief Program: Has Forbearance as Far as the Eye Can See Saved the US Economy?
- Chapter 5: Why is the Canadian Banking System so Remarkably Stable? A Comparative Analysis with the US
- Chapter 6: Systemic Contingent Claim Analysis – A Model Approach to Systemic Risk
- Chapter 7: Tax and the City: The UK’s Proposals for a Bank Levy
- Chapter 8: Iceland’s Financial Disaster and its Fiscal Impact
- Chapter 9: The Greek Tragedy: Is There a Deus ex Machina?
- Chapter 10: Restructuring a Nation’s Debt
- Chapter 11: Firm Stability and System Stability: The Regulatory Delusion
- Chapter 12: ‘Living Wills’: Putting the Caboose Before the Engine and Designing a Better Engine
- Chapter 13: Finding a Solution to the ‘Too-Big-To-Fail’ Problem
- Chapter 14: ‘Too-Big-To-Fail’ – Can Alternative Resolution Regimes Really Remedy Systemic Risk in Large Financial Institutions’ Insolvency?
- Chapter 15: To Divest or Not to Divest: That is the Question...
- Chapter 16: Resolving Large Complex Financial Institutions Within and Across Jurisdictions
- Chapter 17: From Consolidated Supervision to Consolidated Resolution
- Chapter 18: Creating an EU-Level Supervisor for Cross-border Banking Groups: Issues Raised by the US Experience with Dual Banking
- Chapter 19: Capital and Liquidity Reform – A New Global Agenda
- Chapter 20: Basel II to Basel III: A Great Leap Forward?
- Chapter 21: The US Architecture of Bank Regulation and Supervision: Recent Reforms in their Historical Context
- Chapter 22: An Evaluation of the Canadian Financial Safety Net During the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 23: Financial Safety Net Reform in Nigeria
- Chapter 24: Islamic Deposit Insurance System: The Malaysian Model
- Chapter 25: Managing Financial Risk: The Precautionary Principle and Protecting the Public Interest in the UK
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