Columbia University/Bank Policy Institute 2021 Research Conference On Bank Regulation „Lessons from COVID-19“ (Virtual Webinars)
While we would welcome the opportunity to have our usual in-person gathering, we expect that this year’s conference will be held virtually on the mornings (EST) of Feb 5, 12, 19 and 26 2021. The purpose of the conference is to bring together academics, market participants, and policymakers to discuss the latest research on the design and impacts of bank regulation. Topics: This year’s conference will focus on lesson’s learned from the Covid-19 crisis for regulation and supervision. We invite papers that explore all aspects of regulation including, but not limited to: - Efficacy of the preexisting regulatory structure in establishing and maintaining a robust financial system and supporting credit to the nonfinancial sector; - Impact of banking and other financial regulations on market and funding liquidity; - Impact of temporary crisis-related changes to financial regulation, including comparisons of regulatory changes across jurisdictions; - Use of macroprudential tools and other countercyclical adjustments to preserve or deploy capital and liquidity; - Interaction of regulatory changes with other crisis-related policy programs; - Ability and willingness of financial institutions to use capital and liquidity buffers; - Implications for financial architecture and regulatory structure.
|Event dates:||2021-02-05 – 2021-02-26|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2020-11-02|
No country specification
|Classification:||G2 - Financial Institutions and Services|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|
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