224 pages | 65 B/W Illus.
This book is a review on the economic theories of systemic risks in the financial market and the topics in constructing the macroprudential framework for banking regulation in the future. It explains the reasons why the traditional microprudential regulatory framework missed its target in stabilizing the market and preventing the crisis, and discusses the principles and instruments for designing macroprudential rules.
Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Externilities, Network Effects, and Systemic Risks 1. Unstable Banking 2. Financial Network, Interconnectedness, and Contagion 3. Endogenous Exposure to Systemic Liquidity Risks 4. Financial Complexity and Systemic Risk 5. Leverage and Leverage Cycle 6. Micro Fragility and Macro Stability Part 3: Topics in Macroprodential Regulation 7. From Microprudential to Macroprudential Regulation 8. Liquidity Regulation and the Lender of Last Resort Policy 9. Capital Requirements and Equity Buffer