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For governments intervening to bail out banks, finding the right balance between efficiency gains, the preservation of national sovereignty, and optimal international cooperation remains a challenging task

By Friederike Niepmann and Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr


In a world of financial globalisation, foreign investors benefit from bank bailouts in response to a crisis. Research by Friederike Niepmann and Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr explores the incentives for governments to act in these circumstances – and the role of international cooperation over financial regulation and crisis management

Topics: HG Finance, HJ Public Finance
Publisher: Blog post from London School of Economics & Political Science
Year: 2011
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Provided by: LSE Research Online

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