Why Are There So Many Banking Crises?

Why Are There So Many Banking Crises?

The Politics and Policy of Bank Regulation

eBook - 2008
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Almost every country in the world has sophisticated systems to prevent banking crises. Yet such crises--and the massive financial and social damage they can cause--remain common throughout the world. Does deposit insurance encourage depositors and bankers to take excessive risks? Are banking regulations poorly designed? Or are banking regulators incompetent? Jean-Charles Rochet, one of the world's leading authorities on banking regulation, argues that the answer in each case is "no." In Why Are There So Many Banking Crises?, he makes the case that, although many banking crises are precipitated.
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, Ă2008
ISBN: 9781400828319
1400828317
0691131465
9780691131467
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 308 pages) : illustrations

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