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Financial Regulation: A Transatlantic Perspective

Source:
Book Volume - published by Cambridge University Press
Year:
2015
Authors:
Ester Faia,
Andreas Hackethal,
Michael Haliassos,
Katja Langenbucher
Reseach Area:
Household Finance, Macro Finance
Abstract:

Just as we are approaching the first anniversary of the implementation of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), the first and central pillar of the European banking union, appears a comprehensive book volume, edited by the SAFE professors Ester Faia, Andreas Hackethal, Michael Halliassos and Katja Langenbucher, with assessments of the far reaching reforms of financial regulation currently being implemented in Europe. The volume on “Financial Regulation: A Transatlantic Perspective”, published by Cambridge University Press, provides readers with an overview of the recent changes in regulation of the financial sector, an assessment of the interplay with monetary policy, and how the two affect the lending, saving and borrowing behavior of banks and households.

 

”Financial Regulation: A Transatlantic Perspective” at Cambridge University Press:

www.cambridge.org/ae/academic/subjects/law/financial-law/financial-regulation-transatlantic-perspective

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