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Conference Dodd-Frank and the Future of Finance (Conference) (2013 : Washington, D.C.)
Title Perspectives on Dodd-Frank and finance / edited by Paul H. Schultz.
Publisher Cambridge, Massachusetts : MIT Press, [2014]
Copyright date ©2014



Descript 1 online resource (viii, 249 pages) : illustrations
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"This book is based on a conference on 'Dodd-Frank and the Future of Finance' that was held in Washington, DC, on June 13-14, 2013"--Acknowledgments.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Introduction / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Economic principles, government policy and the market crisis / Chester Spatt (Carnegie Mellon) -- The basics of too-big-to-fail / Lawrence White (New York University) -- Creating a responsive, accountable, market-driven financial system / Thomas Hoenig (Vice Chairman, FDIC) -- Panel discussion on banking reform / Anil Kashyap (University of Chicago), Anjan Thakor (Washington University), John Walsh, (McKinsey & Co). Moderated by James Overdahl (Delta Strategy Group) -- Panel discussion on stability, resolution, and Dodd-Frank / James Barth (Auburn University and the Milken Institute), John Dearie (Financial Services Forum), David Skeel (University of Pennsylvania); moderated by Arthur Wilmarth (George Washington University) -- The origins and intent of the Volcker rule / Priyank Gandhi (University of Notre Dame) -- Panel discussion on the Volcker rule / Charles Calomiris (Columbia University), Matt Richardson (New York University) -- Panel discussion on the consumer financial protection bureau / Jeff Bloch (Consumer Banking Association), Todd Zywicki (George Mason University) ; moderated by Shane Corwin (University of Notre Dame) -- Panel discussion : derivatives and Dodd-Frank / Amy Edwards (SEC), Pat Fishe (CFTC, University of Richmond), Robert MacDonald (Northwestern University), Craig Pirrong (University of Houston) ; moderated by Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Mortgage reform under the Dodd-Frank Act / Mark Calabria (CATO Institute) -- The Dodd-Frank Act and the regulation of risk retention in mortgage-backed -- Securities / Cem Demiroglu (Koc University) and Chris James (University of Florida) -- Dodd-Frank's new disclosure requirements / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Conclusions / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- About the authors -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780262325929 (electronic bk.)
0262325926 (electronic bk.)
9781322195971
1322195978
9780262028035
0262028034
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Conference Dodd-Frank and the Future of Finance (Conference) (2013 : Washington, D.C.)
Subject United States. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
Finance -- Government policy -- United States -- Congresses.
Alt author Schultz, Paul H., 1956-
Descript 1 online resource (viii, 249 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Note Conference proceedings.
"This book is based on a conference on 'Dodd-Frank and the Future of Finance' that was held in Washington, DC, on June 13-14, 2013"--Acknowledgments.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Introduction / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Economic principles, government policy and the market crisis / Chester Spatt (Carnegie Mellon) -- The basics of too-big-to-fail / Lawrence White (New York University) -- Creating a responsive, accountable, market-driven financial system / Thomas Hoenig (Vice Chairman, FDIC) -- Panel discussion on banking reform / Anil Kashyap (University of Chicago), Anjan Thakor (Washington University), John Walsh, (McKinsey & Co). Moderated by James Overdahl (Delta Strategy Group) -- Panel discussion on stability, resolution, and Dodd-Frank / James Barth (Auburn University and the Milken Institute), John Dearie (Financial Services Forum), David Skeel (University of Pennsylvania); moderated by Arthur Wilmarth (George Washington University) -- The origins and intent of the Volcker rule / Priyank Gandhi (University of Notre Dame) -- Panel discussion on the Volcker rule / Charles Calomiris (Columbia University), Matt Richardson (New York University) -- Panel discussion on the consumer financial protection bureau / Jeff Bloch (Consumer Banking Association), Todd Zywicki (George Mason University) ; moderated by Shane Corwin (University of Notre Dame) -- Panel discussion : derivatives and Dodd-Frank / Amy Edwards (SEC), Pat Fishe (CFTC, University of Richmond), Robert MacDonald (Northwestern University), Craig Pirrong (University of Houston) ; moderated by Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Mortgage reform under the Dodd-Frank Act / Mark Calabria (CATO Institute) -- The Dodd-Frank Act and the regulation of risk retention in mortgage-backed -- Securities / Cem Demiroglu (Koc University) and Chris James (University of Florida) -- Dodd-Frank's new disclosure requirements / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Conclusions / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- About the authors -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780262325929 (electronic bk.)
0262325926 (electronic bk.)
9781322195971
1322195978
9780262028035
0262028034
Conference Dodd-Frank and the Future of Finance (Conference) (2013 : Washington, D.C.)
Subject United States. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
Finance -- Government policy -- United States -- Congresses.
Alt author Schultz, Paul H., 1956-

Subject United States. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act
Finance -- Government policy -- United States -- Congresses.
Descript 1 online resource (viii, 249 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Note Conference proceedings.
"This book is based on a conference on 'Dodd-Frank and the Future of Finance' that was held in Washington, DC, on June 13-14, 2013"--Acknowledgments.
Contents Acknowledgements -- Introduction / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Economic principles, government policy and the market crisis / Chester Spatt (Carnegie Mellon) -- The basics of too-big-to-fail / Lawrence White (New York University) -- Creating a responsive, accountable, market-driven financial system / Thomas Hoenig (Vice Chairman, FDIC) -- Panel discussion on banking reform / Anil Kashyap (University of Chicago), Anjan Thakor (Washington University), John Walsh, (McKinsey & Co). Moderated by James Overdahl (Delta Strategy Group) -- Panel discussion on stability, resolution, and Dodd-Frank / James Barth (Auburn University and the Milken Institute), John Dearie (Financial Services Forum), David Skeel (University of Pennsylvania); moderated by Arthur Wilmarth (George Washington University) -- The origins and intent of the Volcker rule / Priyank Gandhi (University of Notre Dame) -- Panel discussion on the Volcker rule / Charles Calomiris (Columbia University), Matt Richardson (New York University) -- Panel discussion on the consumer financial protection bureau / Jeff Bloch (Consumer Banking Association), Todd Zywicki (George Mason University) ; moderated by Shane Corwin (University of Notre Dame) -- Panel discussion : derivatives and Dodd-Frank / Amy Edwards (SEC), Pat Fishe (CFTC, University of Richmond), Robert MacDonald (Northwestern University), Craig Pirrong (University of Houston) ; moderated by Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Mortgage reform under the Dodd-Frank Act / Mark Calabria (CATO Institute) -- The Dodd-Frank Act and the regulation of risk retention in mortgage-backed -- Securities / Cem Demiroglu (Koc University) and Chris James (University of Florida) -- Dodd-Frank's new disclosure requirements / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- Conclusions / Paul Schultz (University of Notre Dame) -- About the authors -- Index.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Schultz, Paul H., 1956-
ISBN 9780262325929 (electronic bk.)
0262325926 (electronic bk.)
9781322195971
1322195978
9780262028035
0262028034

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