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The Impact of New Financial Regulations on Emerging Markets: A Synthesis of a Global Survey

  • Vladislav Prokopov

    (International Business School, Brandeis University)

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    The global financial crisis revealed the fragility of the global fnancial framework under the current Basel agreements and provided an impetus not only for curtailing the risky activity of banks but also for rethinking what affects the stability of the global fnancial system. The recent Basel III agreement was designed to provide additional levers that should make national fnancial systems, and by extension the global fnancial system, stronger. This paper discusses the key fndings of a global survey of fnancial, economic and political stakeholders conducted by students from Brandeis International Business School on whether the Basel III agreement will be able to construct and maintain a sound financial regulatory framework.

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    Paper provided by Brandeis University, Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance, International Businesss School in its series Rosenberg Global Financial Briefs with number 4.

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    Length: 6 pages
    Date of creation: 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:bui:rosgfb:04
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