Systemic Risk

@inproceedings{SCHWARCZ2008SystemicR,
  title={Systemic Risk},
  author={STEVEN L. SCHWARCZ},
  year={2008}
}
  • STEVEN L. SCHWARCZ
  • Published 2008
Governments and international organizations worry increasingly about systemic risk, under which the world’s financial system can collapse like a row of dominoes. There is widespread confusion, though, about the causes and even the definition of systemic risk, and uncertainty about how to control it. This Article offers a conceptual framework for examining what risks are truly “systemic,” what causes those risks, and how, if at all, those risks should be regulated. Scholars historically have… CONTINUE READING