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ECPR Futures Lab 2020

The Political Economy of Financial Regulatory Reform: Ten Years On (Part 1)

Political Economy
 
Public Policy
 
Regulation
 
Policy Change
 
Eurozone
 
Panel Number
P466
Panel Chair
Scott James
Kings College London
Panel Co-Chair
Christel Koop
Kings College London
Panel Discussants
Christel Koop
Kings College London
Stefano Pagliari
City, University of London

Time
25/08/2018 14:00 - 15:40
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 1 Room: 105
Abstract
The past decade has produced a wave of regulatory and supervisory reforms aimed at increasing financial stability. This has included: the development of new recovery and resolution regimes; bans on proprietary trading and the ‘ringfencing’ of retail activities; strengthened microprudential supervision; tougher regulation of the non-banking sector; and efforts aimed at improving banking standards and culture. Yet opinion is divided over the impact of these changes, and their ability to address new challenges. The aim of this panel is to analyse, assess and explain the past ten years of financial regulatory reform efforts. It has four objectives: (1) to develop new methods of evaluating the effectiveness of regulatory reform initiatives in restoring stability, managing risk, and/or reshaping behaviour; (2) to analyse and explain patterns of change and continuity, and convergence and divergence, in financial regulatory developments across time and place; (3) to explore the changing multi-level dynamics of financial regulation at the national, EU and international levels; and (4) to investigate wider trends related to the future of financial regulation, the role of finance in the wider economy (the so-called ‘finance curse’), and the economic and regulatory challenges posed by the rise of economic populism, symbolised by the election of President Trump and the Brexit referendum.

Paper List


Title Details
A Text-Based Analysis of the International Financial Regulatory Response to the Crisis View Paper Details
Capital Markets Union Revisited: Reinforcing the Eurozone View Paper Details
Resolution and the Banking Union: a Revolution in the European Union? The Emergence and Implementation of New Modes of Banking Crisis Management Tools in the EU Multi-Level Governance System View Paper Details
The Determinants of Disproportionate Regulatory Reactions to Banking Crises Among EU Member States View Paper Details
The Politics of Too-Big-To-Fail: Explaining Bank Structural Reforms in the UK, France and Germany View Paper Details
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