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Macroprudential Regulatory Policies:The New Road to Financial Stability?

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  • Stijn Claessens
    (International Monetary Fund, USA)

  • Douglas D Evanoff
    (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, USA)

  • George G Kaufman
    (Loyola University Chicago, USA)

  • Laura E Kodres
    (International Monetary Fund, USA)

Abstract

This book is a collection of papers presented in the conference held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in September 2010, that examines the role of macroprudential regulation in the financial industry. Shocked by the experience of the last few years, many argue that the more traditional microprudential regulatory tools are inadequate to create a safe and stable financial system. The microprudential paradigm relies on the presumption that the financial system as a whole can be made safe by ensuring individual financial institutions are made safe. This ignores interconnections and externalities, whereby the actions of one financial institution or events in financial markets can lead to spillover effects that adversely affect general market conditions, other financial institutions, and ultimately the economy as a whole. Instead, it is argued, there is a need for both microprudential approaches to regulate individual institutions and macroprudential approaches to manage the overall financial system risks.

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  • Stijn Claessens & Douglas D Evanoff & George G Kaufman & Laura E Kodres (ed.), 2011. "Macroprudential Regulatory Policies:The New Road to Financial Stability?," World Scientific Books, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., number 8206, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:wsi:wsbook:8206
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