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Financial regulation in the European Union: A research agenda

Financial regulation in the European Union: A research agenda

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Over the past two decades, the European Union (EU) has become a central actor in financial regulation and developed complex institutions to fulfill its roles. Pre-financial crisis scholarship has provided key insights into the functioning of this institutional cobweb and its evolution over time. However, the financial crisis has highlighted four facets of EU financial regulation (EUFR) that deserve more scholarly attention than they have received so far: (1) the permissive pre-crisis consensus on the merits of financial liberalization and integration, (2) the embeddedness of financial regulation in the political economy of EU integration at large, (3) preference formation of public and private stakeholders in EUFR, and (4) the global economic and regulatory context of EUFR. This paper presents the key scholarly challenges across these four areas. Addressing them promises not only academic insights but also promotes the relevance of EUFR research for real-world policy dilemmas.
Over the past two decades, the European Union (EU) has become a central actor in financial regulation and developed complex institutions to fulfill its roles. Pre-financial crisis scholarship has provided key insights into the functioning of this institutional cobweb and its evolution over time. However, the financial crisis has highlighted four facets of EU financial regulation (EUFR) that deserve more scholarly attention than they have received so far: (1) the permissive pre-crisis consensus on the merits of financial liberalization and integration, (2) the embeddedness of financial regulation in the political economy of EU integration at large, (3) preference formation of public and private stakeholders in EUFR, and (4) the global economic and regulatory context of EUFR. This paper presents the key scholarly challenges across these four areas. Addressing them promises not only academic insights but also promotes the relevance of EUFR research for real-world policy dilemmas.

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Financial regulation in the EuropeanUnion: A research agenda Daniel Mügge
 
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# 10, 2012
Open Forum CES Paper Series
The Series is designed to present work in progress by current and former Center afliates and
papers presented at Center’s seminars and conferences. Any opinions expressed in the papersare those of the authors, and not of CES.
 
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Grzegorz Ekiert and Andrew Martin
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Trisha Craig
Peter Hall
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ces papers - open forum # 10, 2012
Over the past two decades, the European Union (EU) has become a central actor in nancial regulation anddeveloped complex institutions to fulll its roles. Pre-nancial crisis scholarship has provided key insightsinto the functioning of this institutional cobweb and its evolution over time. However, the nancial crisis hashighlighted four facets of EU nancial regulation (EUFR) that deserve more scholarly attention than they havereceived so far: (1) the permissive pre-crisis consensus on the merits of nancial liberalization and integration,(2) the embeddedness of nancial regulation in the political economy of EU integration at large, (3) preferenceformation of public and private stakeholders in EUFR, and (4) the global economic and regulatory context of EUFR. This paper presents the key scholarly challenges across these four areas. Addressing them promises notonly academic insights but also promotes the relevance of EUFR research for real-world policy dilemmas.
Daniel Mügge
is an assistant professor at the Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He can be reached atd.k.muegge@uva.nl.

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