The benefits of a broader Basel

The expressed purpose of the proposed new Basel Capital Accord is to accurately align regulatory capital with the risks that international banks face. However, as we demonstrate here, the failure of the Basel Committee to take account of the benefits of international diversification in their work to date suggests that, in this instance at least, risk will not be correctly measured. This suggests that the capital requirements associated with lending to emerging market borrowers, in the context of

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