Stability of the financial system : illusion or feasible concept?
pt. I. About financial stability -- pt. II. The consequences of financial instability -- pt. III. Prevention of financial instability
Edward Elgar Pub., Inc
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|Summary:||pt. I. About financial stability -- pt. II. The consequences of financial instability -- pt. III. Prevention of financial instability|
This book provides a welcome and refreshing perspective from different standpoints on the issues at stake, and reminds us of the remaining work ahead. Axel Weber, Chair of Supervisory Board, UBS 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. The breadth and scope of the issues addressed reflect the challenge of developing and consistently implementing a coherent set of financial reforms to promote fina ...
This volume, combining contributions from leading policy makers and academics, is the essential introduction to the issues. Must reading. Barry Eichengreen, George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, US Financial stability is an overarching goal. In open and democratic societies, ensuring financial stability is a matter of interest not only to central bankers, academics and financial market players, but also to all well-informed citizens. This book provides an excellent basis for a wide-ranging and rewarding debate. Thomas J. Jordan, Chairman of the Governing Board of the Swiss National Bank Financial stability is necessary. To achieve this common target an on-going dialogue is required between industry, policymakers, academia and other relevant stakeholders.
There was a world BC (Before Crisis) and there will be a world AD (After Deleveraging) the challenge is to create an effective, efficient yet stable and sustainable financial system for this "new world". This book provides the most comprehensive and thought-provoking basis for action I have seen so far. Paul Achleitner, Chair of Supervisory Board Deutsche Bank AG The financial crisis demonstrated conclusively that for central bankers and other policymakers financial stability must always be of paramount concern, for without it the macroeconomy will perform badly and monetary policy will lose its effectiveness. This book underscores the importance of financial stability, laying out the key issues and what must be done to avoid such disasters in the future. William C. Dudley, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, US Since 2008, financial stability has moved to the center of the policy stage.
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