Challenges For Cost-Benefit Analysis Of Financial Regulation

I survey the nature of costs and benefits of financial regulation, both “macro” regulation designed to stop crises and “micro” regulation of products, markets, and institutions. The nature of financial regulatory costs and benefits pose a great challenge for formalized analysis. Health and safety or environmental regulation focuses on simple actions, like releasing a pollutant. The costs and benefits of financial regulation focus on the behavioral, market, general equilibrium and political

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