“NOT ALL FINANCIAL REGULATION IS GLOBAL”

August 31, 2010 at 8:32 am | Posted in Economics, Eurozone, Financial, Globalization, History, Research, World-system | Leave a comment

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Bruegel Publication Alert – Not all financial regulation is global

BRUEGELPUBLICATIONALERT

Not all financial regulation is global

Policy Brief by Nicolas Véron and Stéphane Rottier

on behalf of Bruegel (bruegel@bruegel.org)

Tue 8/31/10

The Financial Crisis has intensified the focus on financial regulation at global level, placing it at the top of the G20 agenda. However, global convergence is made more difficult by financial multipolarity, meaning the increased diversity of political preferences reflecting the rise of emerging economies, and financial reregulation, or the trend towards stronger regulation of financial systems to buttress financial stability.

In this Policy Brief Nicolas Véron and Stéphane Rottier suggest policy priorities for global leaders in a context where global harmonisation of all aspects of financial regulation cannot be achieved, but action is needed at global level to prevent fragmentation of capital markets.

This paper is complemented by a Policy Contribution, which assesses the implementation and follow-up of the 47 action items included in the G20’s agenda since its first summit in Washington in 2008.

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Bruegel Publication Alert – Not all financial regulation is global

BRUEGELPUBLICATIONALERT

Not all financial regulation is global

Policy Brief by Nicolas Véron and Stéphane Rottier

on behalf of Bruegel (bruegel@bruegel.org)

Tue 8/31/10

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