Macro-prudential supervision

Macro-prudential supervision: the case against

The financial crisis could have been averted if regulators had been allowed to prick the credit bubble as it was inflating – or so claim advocates of macro-prudential supervision. But not everyone agrees. By Laurie Carver

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