Overview

A comparative analysis.

Table of Contents

1.Introduction
PART I: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
2. Theoretical Framework: Identifying Central Banks' Two-Tier Relationship
3. The Global Financial Crisis: The Challenge for Central Banks
PART II: CASE STUDIES
4. US Federal Reserve System and the Global Financial Crisis
5. Bank of England and the Global Financial Crisis
6. Bank of Japan and the Global Financial Crisis
7. From Centrally Planned Economy to Market-Oriented Principles: The People's Bank of China under Change
8. People's Bank of China and the Global Financial Crisis: Policy Responses and Beyond
PART III: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
9. Central Bank Regulation toward Financial Stability: Convergence, Divergence, or Multiple Pathways? Evidence from the Comparative Study
10. Conclusion

About the Author

Dr Miao Han obtained a doctorate degree in Law and Business from Durham University, UK. Her main research interests lie in banking law and financial markets regulation, especially from an international perspective. She obtained a Master of Laws (LLM) degree from Cardiff University, UK and a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree in China. Prior to this she practiced law as a legal assistant and adviser.

Product Details

Author:  Miao Han
ISBN:  1137563079   
Publisher:  Palgrave MacMillan
Publish Date:  October 21, 2015
Pages:  320 pages
Dimensions:  0.75" H x 8.5" L x 5.5" W (1.17 lbs) 

Central Bank Regulation and the Financial Crisis: A Comparative Analysis


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