SouthViews No. 38, 1 November 2012
Rethinking Regulation in Light of the Financial Crisis
By Yaga Venugopal Reddy
There is a recognition that policies relating to regulation of the financial sector must optimise the benefits of the financial sector while minimising the costs or risks associated with it. There are several dimensions to striking this balance, which this august audience is well aware of and involved with. I selected three themes for consideration today: the optimal level of financialisation, appropriate innovation in the financial sector, and the effectiveness of financial sector regulation.
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This article was tagged: Financial Crisis, Innovation