||There is extensive international regulatory cooperation in financial services regulation, coordinated through several global regulatory committees. However, the financial crisis has revealed some of the shortcomings in the international coordination of financial regulation and their consequences for global financial stability. This case study focuses on international cooperation with respect to the prudential regulation and supervision of banks at the global level.
The case study on the prudential regulation of banks was developed with Julia Black of the London School of Economics.
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