Comment on International Coordination of Regulation

  • Michael C. Keeley
Part of the Innovations in Financial Markets and Institutions book series (IFMI)


The papers in this volume by Michael Laub and Edward Kane discuss the merits of international coordination of bank regulation. They focus on the recent international agreement on risk-based capital and on the proposed financial integration of the European Community in 1992.


Capital Structure Deposit Insurance Bank Regulation Foreign Affiliate Regulatory Competition 
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