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Banks and cross-border capital flows: challenges and regulatory responses

Markus Brunnermeier (), Jose De Gregorio (), Barry Eichengreen (), Mohamed El-Erian, Arminio Fraga, Takatoshi Ito (), Philip R. Lane, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Eswar Prasad (), Raghuram Rajan, Maria Ramos, Helene Rey (), Dani Rodrik, Kenneth Rogoff (), Hyun Song Shin, Beatrice Weder di Mauro and Yongding Yu

LSE Research Online Documents on Economics from London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE Library

Abstract: his report was written by the Committee on International Economic Policy and Reform, a non-partisan, independent group of experts, comprised of academics and former government and central bank officials. Its objective is to analyze global monetary and financial problems, offer systematic analysis, and advance reform ideas. The committee attempts to identify areas in which the global economic architecture should be strengthened and recommend solutions intended to reconcile national interests with broader global interests. Through its reports, it seeks to foster public understanding of key issues in global economic management and economic governance. Each committee report will focus on a specific topic and will emphasize longer-term rather than conjunctural policy issues. In this September 2012 report, the committee lays out a framework for cross-border banking flows and for improved regulatory coordination.

JEL-codes: F3 G3 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 53 pages
Date: 2012-09-26
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