Edited by John Raymond LaBrosse, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal and Dalvinder Singh
Financial Crisis Containment and Government Guarantees analyses the international community’s commitment to forging enhanced, well thought-out, mechanisms for containing systemic risks in the context of a highly interconnected global financial framework which incorporates ongoing financial innovation.
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- Financial Crisis Containment and Government Guarantees
- Chapter 1: Managing crises without government guarantees: How do we get there?
- Chapter 2: Improving the decision-making framework for financial crisis management
- Chapter 3: Powers and scope of the macro-prudential authority
- Chapter 4: Resolving systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs): The Financial Stability Board key attributes of effective resolution regimes
- Chapter 5: Crisis management and guarantees in Europe
- Chapter 6: Regulatory responses to the financial crisis
- Chapter 7: The Federal Agency for Financial Market Stabilisation: From rescuing to restructuring
- Chapter 8: Extraordinary measures for extraordinary times and the need for effective bank resolution laws in Europe
- Chapter 9: The fault lines in cross-border banking: Lessons from the Icelandic case
- Chapter 10: Government guarantees and contingent capital: Choosing good shock absorbers
- Chapter 11: Public guarantees on bank bonds: Effectiveness and distortions
- Chapter 12: The impact of sovereign guarantees on the quality of bank debt: Theory and evidence from Europe
- Chapter 13: An insurance approach for preventing financial crises
- Chapter 14: Transforming bailouts into investments: A proposal for the creation of the Federal Government Investment Corporation
- Chapter 15: The treatment of contingent liabilities in a sovereign debt restructuring
- Chapter 16: The European Stability Mechanism: Some notes on a new EU institution designed to avert financial crises
- Chapter 17: Liquidity spillovers in credit markets during the Eurozone crisis
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