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David G. Mayes, The Future of Financial Markets: Financial Crisis Avoidance, in: Gerhard Rünstler, Ewald Walterskirchen, Special Issue: The Aftermath of the Financial Crisis: Conference in Honour of Kurt W. Rothschild
Empirica, 2011, 38(1), S.77-101, http://www.springer.com/10663
This article considers the lessons from the global financial crisis for redesigning the financial system and its regulation to make the chance of such future crises lower. It focuses on three areas: improvements to the regulation of individual financial firms; macroprudential analysis and improving the structure of crisis resolution and management. It argues that if the authorities implement a credible crisis management regime where no firm is too big to be resolved, a smarter and more incentive-based approach to the regulation of individual financial firms and extensive macroprudential analysis that both makes the structure of financial markets less risky and identifies risks, the risk of future crises will be reduced. But no framework can eliminate the risk altogether.
Forschungsbereich:Makroökonomie und europäische Wirtschaftspolitik