Contemporary issues in the post-crisis regulatory landscape / Imad A. Moosa (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia) Moosa, Imad A

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Moosa, Imad A
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Finance - Government policy.; Banks and banking - Government policy.; BUSINESS & ECONOMICS - Finance.
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"The book deals with contemporary issues in financial regulation, given the post-crisis regulatory landscape. The major idea put forward is that rampant corruption and fraud in the financial sector provide the main justification for financial regulation. Specific issues that are dealt with include the proposition that the Efficient Market Hypothesis was both a cause and a casualty of the global financial crisis. The book also examines the regulation of remuneration in the financial sector, credit rating agencies and shadow banking. Also considered is financial reform in Iceland and the proposal to move away from fractional reserve banking to a system of sovereign money. A macroeconomic/regulatory issue that is also considered is quantitative easing and the resulting environment of ultra-low interest rates."--Publisher's website.
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209196285

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