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Institutional and regulatory changes in the financial markets after the crisis emergence (2007-09)

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  • Jagoda Anna Kaszowska
  • Tomás Mancha Navarro
  • Juan Luis Santos

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In this paper we analyze the most likely and the most desirable developments in financial markets and in a broader sense, the most desirable regulation of the financial sector. The purpose of the essay is in fact to analyze the most important issues of financial regulation and to highlight that finding the most desirable solutions are particularly difficult. These difficulties come from purely technical reasons, the multi-dimensionality of the analyzed problems, but also some aspects of the methodology and philosophy under the current methodological approach for financial regulation.

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Paper provided by Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social in its series Working Papers with number 02/14.

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Length: 27 pages
Date of creation: Feb 2014
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Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0214

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Keywords: financial regulation; financial crisis; Eurozone;

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