rivate Networks and Public Authorities in Financial (In)Stability

How have private and public actors on the two sides of the Atlantic shaped the causal generators and the responses to the post-Lehman financial crisis and the subsequent Great Recession? The panel will focus on how a diverse array of actors (states, central banks, international organizations, epistemic communities, the financial sector, law firms, etc.) have established private and public rules of the game that magnified the risk of financial instability while failing to adequately reform the financial sector after the crisis erupted. Panel discussion takes place as part of Center for Study of Europe's workshop "Financial Stability and Energy Security in the Americas and Europe." RSVPs strongly encouraged.

When 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm on Thursday, February 14, 2013
Building Castle, 225 Bay State Road
Contact Name Elizabeth Amrien
Phone 617-358-6915
Contact Email eamrien@bu.edu
Contact Organization Center for the Study of Europe
Fees Free
Speakers Martin Carstensen, Aitor Erce Dominguez, Daniela Gabor, Leonard Seabrooke, Cornel Ban