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Physiol (of a poison, disease, etc.) affecting the entire body
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That is, the risk of shouldering systemic risk tax liability at time one is already "cooked into the return" through changes in expectations that occurred at the moment the tax regime was first announced in time zero.
A voluminous body of literature has explored the benefits of globalization, but the aim of this work is an attempt to analyze systemic risks associated with globalization.
But this approach would make little sense given regulators' insistence that market prices are incorrect in this instance because they do not incorporate the social costs associated with systemic risk.
The Geneva Association recognizes the importance of creating a more stable financial system and supports the G20-led efforts to address systemic risk.
5) By providing a cushion against losses, capital is supposed to act as a first line of defense against bank failures and their secondary consequences for systemic risk.
The purpose of this paper is to empirically explore the impact of "sector-specific" idiosyncratic risk on the systemic risk of the whole financial system.
Macro-prudential policies are designed to deal with both types of systemic risk.
of derivatives clearinghouses in managing systemic risk as well as the
Clearly, these tools are important and helpful in preventing and managing systemic risks.
The conference on global systemic risk organised by the New York Fed explored four key questions:
Whether the clearinghouse reduces systemic risk depends on the relative systemic importance of those inside and those outside the clearinghouse - AIG versus Citibank in this basic example - not on the clearinghouse's capacity to reduce risk among its members.
economy, anticipation that the Fed will wind down its bond purchasing program, plus fewer systemic risks in the euro zone.

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