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Why We Need to Reform Financial Regulation

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By Markus Demary The US Republican Party plans to repeal the Obama-era financial regulation. While their approach will bring regulatory relief to financial firms, it...

Natural Disasters, Bank Damages, and Firm Activities

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By Kaoru Hosono and Daisuke Miyakawa Below Kaoru Hosono and Daisuke Miyakawa examine the impacts of financial shocks arising from two earthquakes in

Governance of International Banking: The Financial Trilemma

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By Dirk Schoenmaker International banking is at the cross-roads. Are we heading for the decentralised banking model, by which banks are split in national subsidiaries...

Time to Win Investors Over

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By Baruch Lev Managers need to be able to respond to investors’ concerns and regain their trust, but their response is seriously hindered by the...

Macro-Prudential Supervision in Europe’s Banking Union

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By Dirk Schoenmaker Eurozone banking union discussions are full of questions about the scope of Eurozone micro-prudential bank supervision. Yet, this article argues that there...

Turning a Blind Eye to the Political Promise of the Financial Crisis

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By Adrian Parr and Brad Evans The financial crisis of 2008 catapulted the world into one of the worst financial upheavals since the Great Depression...

Japan and the Monetary Policy Magical Mystery Tour

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By Richard Westra With 1970s galloping inflation threatening to bring down the US economy and with it the US dollar based global trading order, Milton...

A Review of Central Bankers at the End of Their Rope By Dr. Jack...

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By Lawrence Souza   Introduction If you talk to some monetary, fiscal, macroeconomic, and financial institutional and capital market economists, some would argue that Central Banks are...

The UK Bribery Act and Beyond – Preparing for Change

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By Michael W. Johnson This article will detail the most important elements of the law, highlighting the restrictions that are broader than previous anti-corruption laws,...

Greek Parliament Passes Debt Agreement, but European Democracy is on its Knees

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By Jonathan Hopkin   Almost as soon as the Greek deal was agreed, it began to come apart at the seams. Passage of the necessary legislation...

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