Book notes: The Right Balance for Banks, by William Cline

The Right Balance for Banks by William R Cline

William Cline, The Right Balance for Banks: Theory and Evidence on Optimal Capital Requirements, Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2017, 175 pages

In the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis, the quantity and quality of bank capital was significantly enhanced because of higher equity requirements. Given the severity and long-lasting effects of the crisis, the concern of whether Basel III rules for capital are optimal has spurred a significant amount of research. This book

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