Research Handbook on International Financial Regulation

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Kern Alexander, Rahul Dhumale
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012 - Law - 464 pages
The globalisation of financial markets has attracted much academic and policymaking commentary in recent years, especially with the growing number of banking and financial crises and the current credit crisis that has threatened the stability of the globa
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART I THE STRUCTURE OF FINANCIAL MARKETS AND THE ROLE OF REGULATION
9
1 The nature of modern credit markets banking and financial innovation
11
2 The shadow banking system as a new source of financial turmoil
30
3 Ethical failures in regulating and supervising the pursuit of safety net subsidies
42
PART II BANK CAPITAL ADEQUACY REGULATION AND ITS EFFECT ON BANK BEHAVIOUR
65
4 The determinants of capital held by UK banks and building societies and the role of individual capital requirements
67
5 Considerations on developing and validating Expected Loss EL methodologies
90
PART IV CENTRAL CLEARING OF DERIVATIVES
215
11 Central counterparties and derivatives
217
some international challenges
241
PART V INSTITUTIONS MARKETS AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT
257
13 Lessons from Japans banking crisis 1991 to 2005
259
markets institutions politics law or geography?
285
15 Liquidity illusions in the global financial architecture
328
the case of the IMF
349

6 The Basel Capital Rules and trade finance
108
PART III EUROPEAN FINANCIAL REGULATION AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT
131
7 Some rules for crossborder banks in Europe
133
a European perspective
148
9 The new course of EU State Aid Rules during the 200709 financial crisis
171
recent proposals
193
the experience of Israeli firms
369
18 International regulatory reform and financial taxes
397
19 Goodbye neoliberalism? Contested policy responses to uncertain consequences of the 200709 financial crisis
414
20 Summing up and the challenges ahead
435
Index
447
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