Qu’attend-on de la finance mondiale après la crise ? Les quatre commandements oubliés
[What do we expect form global finance after the crisis? The four forgotten Commandments]
AbstractThe recent crisis should not be used to prouve the failure of the entire financial system. Global banking systems are regulated by rules, that have not been applied correctly all over the place. And just one "hole" in the regulatory net is sufficient to make it useless.
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Date of creation: Jan 2010
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Financial crisis; core banking economics; banking model; transparency; state intervention; market discipline;
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- NEP-BAN-2010-07-03 (Banking)
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