Illusion or Feasible Concept?
Edited by Andreas Dombret and Otto Lucius
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, new financial market regulation is being implemented, and increasing numbers of countries are establishing new legislation for macroprudential oversight. Against this backdrop, this thought provoking book provides a platform for the leading international experts to discuss and encourage future debate on financial stability.
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- Stability of the Financial System
- Stability of the Financial System - An Introduction
- Chapter 1: Financial and Fiscal Stability beyond the Crisis Years - Two Paradigm Shifts and Their Consequences
- Chapter 2: Criteria for Financial Stability - -The European View
- Chapter 3: Criteria for Financial Stability - A US View
- Chapter 4: Financial stability in Brazil
- Chapter 5: From the Stability Pact to ESM - What Next?
- Chapter 6: Economic Convergence - The Need for Economic Cooperation and Coordination
- Chapter 7: Banking System and Financial Stability
- Chapter 8: Competition, the Pressure for Returns, and Stability
- Chapter 9: Measuring Systemic Risk
- Chapter 10: Sovereign Risk
- Chapter 11: Default of Systemically Important Financial Intermediaries: Short-Term Stability vs. Incentive Compatability
- Chapter 12: Sytemically Important Banks - Possible Options for Policy Makers
- Chapter 13: A Paradigm Shift
- Chapter 14: Consequences of Financial Shocks for the Real Economy
- Chapter 15: The Economics of Financial Regulation
- Chapter 16: A Strategic Approach to Post-Crisis Regulation - The Need for Pillar 4
- Chapter 17: Regulation of Banks and the "Level Playing Field" - The Case of Shadow Banking
- Chapter 18: Enhancing Financial Stability - A Global Bank's Perspective
- Chapter 19: Stable Liquidity and Fundin Flows
- Chapter 20: How to Avoid Contagion and Spillover Effects in the Euro Zone?
- Chapter 21: The New European Supervisory System - Harmonisation and Macroprudential Oversight
- Chapter 22: Macroprudential, Microprudential and Monetary Policies: Policies, Complementarities and Trade-Offs
- Chapter 23: Why Central Banks Need a Macroeconomic Toolkit
- Chapter 24: Lender of Last Resort - Which Institution Could Best Fulfill this Function?
- Stability of the Financial System: Illusion or Feasible Concept? An Epilogue
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