International Financial Instability: Global Banking and National Regulation (Google eBook)
Douglas Darrell Evanoff, George G. Kaufman, Douglas D. Evanoff, John Raymond La Brosse, George G. Kaufman, John Raymond LaBrosse
World Scientific, Jan 1, 2007 - 492 pages
This book will be a valuable resource to legislators and policy makers in charge of reforming financial and banking regulation as well as students interested in developments in international financial regulations.
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III Causes and Conditions for CrossBorder Instability Transmission and Threats to Stability
IV Prudential Supervision
V Government Safety Net
VI Insolvency Resolution
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