Financial and Monetary Systems

Here's how to avoid systemic economic crises in future

Regulation responds to the exogenous changes in the state of the world. Image: Pexels/Flickr

Jon Danielsson

Director, London School of Economics


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A graph showing distribution of outcomes for a financial regulator.
Regulators tend to blame reckless yield-seeking by private investors. Image: CEPR.

A graph showing available data on financial market outcomes.
Different crises have different drivers of risk, demanding different policy responses. Image: CEPR.
A graph showing a price bubble and risks.
The build-up of risk in a system may take years or even decades of apparent calm. Image: CEPR.

A graphic showing the regulation trilemma.
Uniform regulation aims for a level playing field. Image: CEPR.

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