Has Regulatory Reform since 2008 made the Financial System safe? Why not? – IPSOnomics with Martin Hellwig
In this Webinar on 15 September 2020 Prof. Dr. (em) Martin Hellwig shared his analysis on the outcomes of regulatory reforms since 2008 and why he believes, that they didn’t made the Financial System not really safe. In view of the current crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic he shed light on the latest developments in financial markets.
Martin Hellwig is a former Professor at Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, Bonn and Mannheim Universities. In 2004, he joined the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods as a Director. He was the first chair of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board. He is the co-author with Anat Admati of the book entitled “The Bankers’ new clothes: What’s Wrong With Banking and What To Do About It”. Martin Hellwig is a regular speaker on events around the world. In 2019, he was invited to the ECB Forum on the future of the Economic Monetary Union.
IPSOnomics is a discussion event offered by IPSO to its members and interested ECB staff aiming at sharing alternative thoughts on topical issues. Due to the pandemic it was hosted as a webinar.