Financial crisis

‘The world turned upside down’: How the global economy was hit by the crisis

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David Young

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‘Running for the exit’: How cross-border bank lending fell

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Neeltje van Horen

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Ten Years On: Are Derivatives Markets Safer?

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Regulations put in place after the global financial crisis—precipitated by the fall of Lehman Brothers in September 2008—aimed to reduce credit and market risk and take the burden for propping up struggling institutions away from the tax payer.

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Have We Learned the Right Lessons from the Collapse of Lehman Brothers?

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Henry Ford once said, the only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing. Ten years ago this September, the global economy was brought to its knees by the dramatic collapse of Lehman Brothers, as frantic investors sought to unwind their exposures.

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Bitesize: The rise and fall of interest only mortgages

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Sachin Galaiya

The interest-only product has undergone tremendous evolution, from its mass-market glory days in the run-up to the crisis, to its rebirth as a niche product. However, since reaching a low-point in 2016, the interest-only market is starting to show signs of life again as lenders re-enter the market.

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Corporate Governance of SIFI Risk-Taking: An International Research Agenda

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Posted by Steven L. Schwarcz & Aleaha Jones, Duke University, on Friday, June 9, 2017

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The Role of Social Capital in Corporations: A Review

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Posted by Henri Servaes, London Business School and Ane Tamayo, London School of Economics, on Saturday, June 3, 2017

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What’s (Still) Wrong with Credit Ratings

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Posted by Frank Partnoy, University of San Diego, on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

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Financial Scholars Oppose Eliminating “Orderly Liquidation Authority” As Crisis-Avoidance Restructuring Backstop

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Posted by Mark J. Roe, Harvard Law School, on Friday, May 26, 2017

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Bank Governance and Systemic Stability: The “Golden Share” Approach

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Posted by Saule T. Omarova, Cornell University, on Friday, May 26, 2017
Editor's Note: Saule T. Omarova is a Professor at Cornell Law School. This post is based on her recent article, forthcoming in the Alabama Law Review.

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