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Recent Developments in Regulation in the Light of the Global Financial Crisis: Implications for Developing Countries

Stephany Griffith-Jones; Shari Spiegel; Matthias Thiemann

Title:
Recent Developments in Regulation in the Light of the Global Financial Crisis: Implications for Developing Countries
Author(s):
Griffith-Jones, Stephany
Spiegel, Shari
Thiemann, Matthias
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Reports
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Initiative for Policy Dialogue
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Abstract:
This paper describes and evaluates the main regulatory changes that have been carried out in response to the financial crisis via Basel 3, the US Dodd-Frank Bill and other initiatives, with the goal of drawing policy implications for emerging market and middle income developing country financial regulators and policy-makers.
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Economics
Finance
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Suggested Citation:
Stephany Griffith-Jones, Shari Spiegel, Matthias Thiemann, 2011, Recent Developments in Regulation in the Light of the Global Financial Crisis: Implications for Developing Countries, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:14967.

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