This Week in Financial Regulation, May 20th

This Week in Financial Regulation, May 20th

News and Commentary

Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren recommends a flexible capital regime such as a countercyclical capital buffer in an economic outlook speech.

Michael Hudson sees financial rents as a factor limiting Chinese global economic engagement in CounterPunch.

Hannah Lang reports on the potential for a countercyclical capital buffer in American Banker.

John Plender warns of regulatory arbitrage in digital currencies and family offices for Financial Times.

New Research

Arpit Gupta et al. predict that urban rent growth with exceed that of the suburbs.

Valentin Haddad and Tyler Muir confirm that intermediary financial health affects asset prices.

Alyssa Anderson, Wenxin Du, and Bernd Schlusche show that wholesale funding for arbitrage decreased following the 2016 money market mutual fund reform, with no effect on lending.

Eduardo Dávila and Itay Goldstein attempt to calculate optimal deposit insurance.

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