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Connectedness and ContagionProtecting the Financial System from Panics$
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Hal S. Scott

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780262034371

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262034371.001.0001

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(p.167) IV Ex ante Policies to Avoid Contagion: Capital, Liquidity, Resolution, Money Market Mutual Fund Reform, and Limits on Short-Term Funding

(p.167) IV Ex ante Policies to Avoid Contagion: Capital, Liquidity, Resolution, Money Market Mutual Fund Reform, and Limits on Short-Term Funding

Connectedness and Contagion
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Keywords:   capital regulation, capital requirements, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, financial regulation, Basel I, Basel II, regulatory reform, monetary policy

Keywords:   liquidity regulation, liquidity requirements, financial regulation, regulatory reform, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, liquidity coverage ratio, net stable funding ratio, Basel III, monetary policy

Keywords:   insolvency resolution, financial regulation, contingent convertible capital instruments, creditor bail-ins, contingent capital

Keywords:   orderly liquidation authority, Dodd–Frank Act, receivership, financial regulation, bankruptcy, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, FDIC, single point of entry

Keywords:   living wills, short-term creditors, financial crisis, insolvency resolution, banks, nonbank financial institutions, systemic risk

Keywords:   financial regulation, regulatory reform, prime money market mutual funds, liquidity requirements, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, monetary policy, money market funds, net asset value

Keywords:   contagion, short-term funding, gross funding, financial crisis, financial institutions, lender of last resort, private sector, monetary policy

Keywords:   public short-term debt, short-term funding, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve, financial policy, financial regulation, monetary policy, excess reserves, reverse repurchase agreements

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