Putting systemic risk on the radar screen
Joseph Haubrich ()
Annual Report, 2009, 5-17
As the nation ponders its response to the greatest financial crisis in generations, plans for regulatory reform are everywhere. Proposals to break up big financial companies, create a new agency for consumer protection, and lay out additional rules for derivatives, insurance companies, and hedge funds—they’re all on the table.
Keywords: Systemic risk; Financial market regulatory reform (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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