Macroprudential Regulation: Why it Matters - CANCELLED

In this seminar we explore an important aspect of financial regulation - macroprudential regulation, why it matters and how it affects us.

The new focus of international financial regulation on macroprudential regulation was one of the key changes introduced after the global financial crisis. Our own banking crisis also made this new financial regulatory focus particularly relevant.

In this seminar we examine the reasons for these regulations and why they were introduced globally. We examine the regulations that have been introduced in Ireland, why they were introduced and we analyse their impact on the housing market. We also ask whether these regulations should be continued.

Title: Macroprudential Regulation: Why it Matters
Date: Thursday, 27th February, 2020

Dr. Ella Kavanagh - Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Economics, UCC

Venue: Council Room, College Road, Cork T12 K8AF

18:30 – 19:30 Seminar

(Registration open from 18:00)

CPD: 1 Hour Indicative
Fee: €35


Speakers Details:

Dr. Ella Kavanagh - Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Economics, UCC

Dr. Ella Kavanagh is a lecturer in the Department of Economics. She completed her PhD in the area of exchange rate policy for small open economies at the University of Strathclyde in 1995.

She lectures in Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Her current research interests are in the areas of monetary policy and monetary history, transformational learning and price search.

She is the Programme Director for the BA (Hons) Economics (through Transformational Learning).

2/27/2020 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
GMT Standard Time
UCC Council Room College Road COR T12 K8AF IRELAND
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