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Stability of the Financial System

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  • Andreas Dombret
  • Otto Lucius

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In the aftermath of the financial crisis, new financial market regulation is being implemented, and increasing numbers of countries are establishing new legislation for macroprudential oversight. Against this backdrop, this thought provoking book provides a platform for the leading international experts to discuss and encourage future debate on financial stability.

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  • Andreas Dombret & Otto Lucius (ed.), 2013. "Stability of the Financial System," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 15454.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:15454
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