Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform

Ismail Erturk (Editor), Daniela Gabor (Editor)

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Almost a decade after the 2007 financial crisis research and policy on banking regulation and reform continue to acknowledge in resolute terms the need to think multi-disciplinarily in theorising banking in financialised capitalism of our times. This book uniquely brings together a multi-disciplinary group of leading authorities in their fields and young scholars investigating post-crisis regulation and reform with fresh ideas. The contributors to this companion are also geographically diverse coming from academic institutions from the U.K., the U.S., France, Germany, Netherlands, Austria and Portugal. They represent the wide spectrum of non-mainstream economics and finance that include financialisation literature, economic sociology, heterodox economics, international political economy, social studies of finance, economic geography, law and economics and organisation studies. Knowledges of credit risk, financial innovation, varieties of Eurozone banking, misconduct in banking, political economy of post-crisis regulation and reforming dysfunctional global banking are the topics that are investigated with analytical incisiveness and empirical support. Credit derivatives, off-shore financial centres, hedge funds, interconnectedness of global finance, Libor fixing, shadow banking, bank business models, corporate governance, the Dodd-Frank Act are the examples of specific cases covered in the book. Future leading edge research and effective policy will benefit from engaging with the frameworks and findings offered in this book.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxon
Number of pages436
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-20373346-2
ISBN (Print)978-0-415-85593-8
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameRoutledge Companions in Business, Management and Accountin


  • Banking Regulation
  • Banking crisis
  • Banking sector reforms


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