Courses Master Display 2022-2023

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Course title Financial Crises and Financial Regulation
Course code EBC4152
ECTS credits 6,5
Assessment Whole/Half Grades
Period Start End Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
2 31-10-2022 9-12-2022 X X
Level Advanced
Coordinator Olaf Sleijpen
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Language of instruction English
Understand different financial crises, their causes and their impact. Analyse, understand and assess policies in the aftermath of financial crises, in particular financial regulation. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of the current financial regulatory framework.
The course builds on the experiences of past financial and economic crises, with particular focus on the 2008 financial crisis (“Lehman”), and the ensuing policy reactions. In the first part of the course, the origins and types of financial crises are discussed, as well as their impact on economic growth. Second, it is discussed which post-crisis reforms policy makers have opted for after the 2008 financial crisis, in particular (European) regulation in the areas of banking and insurance. Finally, it is discussed whether the regulatory landscape has improved the resilience of the financial system. The latter is also assessed against the background of new shocks and risks, such as the 2020 pandemic, cyber risks and climate change. The course comprises (guest) lectures of experts in the field as well as visit to the Dutch central bank.
Selected book chapters and articles
Teaching methods (indicative; course manual is definitive) PBL / Presentation / Lecture
Assessment methods (indicative; course manual is definitive) Final Paper / Participation / Written Exam
Evaluation in previous academic year For the complete evaluation of this course please click "here"
This course belongs to the following programmes / specialisations
Master Financial Economics - Asset Pricing Elective Course(s)
Master Financial Economics - Banking Elective Course(s)
Master Financial Economics - Financial Analysis Elective Course(s)
Master Financial Economics - No specialisation Elective Course(s)