Schumpeter, Minsky, and the FCA: Exploring the links between financial regulation, growth, and stability
The effectiveness of a country’s financial markets profoundly affects its overall economic performance, and the quality of a country’s financial regulatory regime in turn significantly influences market effectiveness (for better or worse). It follows that financial regulation offers a channel through which regulators can (at least in theory) improve both growth and financial stability. In this conference we will explore how we can exploit this MacroConduct channel. We focus on: - Corporate governance, regulation, and economic performance - The Minsky hypothesis - Asset management and financial stability This event is by invitation only.
|Event dates:||2017-06-09 – 2017-06-10|
|Organizer:||London School of Economics and Political Science LSE, UK Financial Conduct Authority FCA|
|Conference venue:||London, Clement's Inn, LSE, Tower 2, Room 9.04|
|Classification:||B2 - History of Economic Thought since 1925 ; B5 - Current Heterodox Approaches ; G0 - Financial Economics. General ; G3 - Corporate Finance and Governance ; O4 - Economic Growth and Aggregate Productivity|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|