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Shadow Banking Within and Across National Borders Ed by Stijn Claessems, Douglas Evanoff, George Kaufman and Luc Laeven

Contributor(s): Claessens, Stijn [Editor] | Evanoff, Douglas [Editor] | Kaufman, George [Editor] | Laeven, Luc [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: World scientific studies in international economics, 1793-3641vol. 40. Publisher: London World Scientific Publishing Co. 2015Description: 436p.ISBN: 9789814602709.Subject(s): Banks and banking - Developing countries - CongressesDDC classification: 332.1
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I. Special Addresses
1. The Fire-Sales Problem and Securities Financing Transactions / Jeremy C. Stein
2. Too Much Debt, Financial System Stability, and Wider Economic Impacts / Adair Turner

II. Description, Measurement, and History of Shadow Banking
3. Shadow Banking: Challenges for Global Monitoring and Regulation / Nicola Cetorelli
4. Traditional Banks, Shadow Banks, and Financial Stability / Wayne Passmore
5. Bagehot was a Shadow Banker: Shadow Banking, Central Banking, and the Future of Global Finance / Daniel H. Neilson

III. Causes of the Development of the Shadow Sector
6. What Drives Shadow Banking? Evidence from Short-Term Business Credit / John V. Duca
7. Leverage, Securitization and Shadow Banking: Theory and Policy / John Geanakoplos
8. Evolution in Bank Complexity / James Traina

IV. Implications for Financial Stability
9. Financial Stability Policies for Shadow Banking / Tobias Adrian
10. Shadow Banking - What Are We Really Worried About? / Laura E. Kodres
11. Derivatives and Bankruptcy / Ori Sharon
12. The Roots of Shadow Banking / Enrico Perotti
13. Ex-ante Securitization versus Ex-post Fire-Sales under Various Policy Interventions / Alexandros P. Vardoulakis

V. Challenges for Supervision and Regulation
14. Financial Market Infrastructure: A Challenge to the Supervision and Regulation of the Financial System / Darrell Duffie
15. Dividing (and Conquering?) Shadows: FSB and US Approaches to Shadow Banking Entities and Activities / Elizabeth L. Broomfield
16. Money Market Funds: Reconsidering the Mutual Fund Model / Patrick E. McCabe

VI. Shadow Banking around the World and Cross-Border Issues
17. Shadow Banking and the Global Financial Eco-System / Zoltan Pozsar
18. Cross-Border Challenges in Addressing Shadow-Banking Risks / Eva H. G. Hupkes
19. Shadow Banking: A European Perspective / Stan Maes
20. Collateral: Cross-Border Issues / Manmohan Singh

VII. Public Policy: Where to from Here?
21. Shadow Banking: Where from Here? / Sarah Breeden
22. What is Shadow Banking? / Lev Ratnovski
23. Exploring Systemic Risks in European Securities Financing Transactions: First Steps to Close Data Gaps / Joachim Keller.

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