Lecturer: Patrick Leblond
Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Abstract : This lecture will focus on the proposed reforms that are actually being discussed to regulate international finance better after the global financial crisis. The objective is to evaluate them in order to determine whether they will manage to minimize the likelihood and severity of future crises.
Mandatory Readings :
Levinson M., May/June 2010, « Faulty Basel : Why More Diplomacy Won’t Keep the Financial System Safe», Foreign Affairs, Vol. 89, Edition 3, pp. 76-88.
Seabrooke L., and E. Tsingou, 2010, « Responding to the Global Credit Crisis: The Politics of Financial Reform », British Journal of Politics and International Relations (BJPIR), Vol.12, pp.313–323.
Freixas X., 2010, « Banking regulation : Post-crisis challenges to bank regulation», Economic Policy, April 2010, CEPR, 25 p.