Lecture given November 9, 2010, is the first of three delivered by Prof. Schwarcz as Leverhulme Visiting Professor of Law, Oxford University. Prof. Schwarz examines the causes of the global financial crisis, showing it was triggered by market failures, not by financial institution failures, and arguing that any regulatory framework for managing systemic risk must address markets as well as institutions. The lecture also analyzes how regulation should be designed under that broader framework to mitigate systemic risk and its consequences. Finally, the lecture examines the potential systemic effects of sovereign debt crises, demonstrating how regulation can mitigate those effects.
Leverhulme Lecture: The Global Financial Crisis and Systemic Risk (November 9, 2010) Video, audio and full text available at: http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/leverhulme2010.php
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Risk management, Administrative law, Money market, Risk assessment