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H. Kent Baker and Leigh A. Riddick

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199754656

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199754656.001.0001

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International Regulatory Regimes

International Regulatory Regimes

(p.275) 13 International Regulatory Regimes
International Finance


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As finance has become more globalized and global financial crises have become more frequent and severe, a set of international regulatory regimes has been established. These have generally taken the form of relatively informal networks of regulators focusing on particular aspects of the financial system. Over time these regulatory regimes have become more complex. States, operating first through the G7 and then the G20, began to oversee and direct these regimes more actively and politically. The regimes' engagement with internationally active business actors has increased, leading some to see them as having been captured by the industry. Initially they tended to be exclusive, but over time, and especially after the crisis of 2008, the number of countries involved has expanded. The degree and sources of their effectiveness continue to be debated.

Keywords:   financial crisis, financial stability, financial stability board, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, prudential regulation, standards and codes

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