The Limits of Market-Based Risk Transfer and Implications for Managing Systemic Risks
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KeywordsFinancial systems; Bank supervision; Capital markets; Public sector; Risk management; Insurance regulations; Systemic risk; Risk transfer; insurance markets; supervision and regulation; pension; health care; life insurance; General Financial Markets: Government Policy and Regulation; Financial Institutions and Services: General; Financial Institutions and Services: Government Policy and Regulation; Social Security and Public Pensions;
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