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The Resource From saviour to guarantor : EU member states' economic intervention during the financial crisis, Fabio Bassan and Carlo D. Mottura

From saviour to guarantor : EU member states' economic intervention during the financial crisis, Fabio Bassan and Carlo D. Mottura

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From saviour to guarantor : EU member states' economic intervention during the financial crisis
Title
From saviour to guarantor
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EU member states' economic intervention during the financial crisis
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Fabio Bassan and Carlo D. Mottura
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eng
Summary
"State guarantees commonly function as financial panacea, allowing states to consolidate banking systems and create intergovernmental funds. Rules surrounding state guarantees were relaxed during the 2007-2008 financial crisis, allowing states to use them for financing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and workers' severance payments. Despite many multi-level interventions in many areas after the financial crisis, from international treaties to EU regulations, no specific regulation has been put in place to control state guarantees.This book addresses the subject of state guarantees in the Eurozone, and questions the stability of the instruments implemented so far by states and by the European Union. Using a methodology combining law and finance, it examines the tools adopted by European institutions and Member States in the EU's evolving institutional context, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the tools themselves as well as of the new European institutional framework. It also addresses the unconventional measures adopted by the European Central Bank, its role as safeguard for European state guarantees and its interaction with the European Union and national courts. In From Saviour to Guarantor the authors suggest that the absence of specific regulatory interventions and the variety and vagueness of existing rules has resulted in state guarantees further destabilising public international finance. "--
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Bassan, Fabio
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1963-
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Mottura, Carlo D.
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Roma Tre business and finance collection
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  • Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
  • Banks and banking
  • Financial services industry
  • European Union countries
  • Fiscal policy
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From saviour to guarantor : EU member states' economic intervention during the financial crisis, Fabio Bassan and Carlo D. Mottura
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier.
Content category
text
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rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction -- PART I: THE EU'S INSTITUTIONAL ACTION -- 1. The EU Action To Face The Crisis -- 1.1 EU Action In Support Of The Member States' Public Debt -- 1.2 EU Action In Support Of The Banking System -- 1.3 Eurostat Public Contingent Liabilities -- 1.4 Differences Between EU And US Actions -- 2. State Guarantees And State Aid -- PART II: THE FINANCIAL VALUATION OF A GUARANTEE CONTRACT -- 3. The Defaultable Guarantee Contract. -- 3.1 The Guarantee Contract And Credit Derivatives Market -- 3.2 The Relevant Issues. -- 4. Valuation Under A Standard Model. -- PART III: THE STATE GUARANTEES IN THE EU -- A) State Guarantees For The Safeguard Of The Euro -- 5. Guarantees In Favour Of The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) -- 5.1 The Financial Scheme -- 5.2 Main Features Of The Guarantees -- 6. Effects Of The Guarantees -- 6.1 Valuation And 'Model Risk' -- 6.2 The Lack Of Effective Sanctioning Instruments -- 6.3 Different Sovereignties For Eurozone Member States -- 6.4 The ECB And The Lever Of Archimedes -- B) State Guarantees For The Stability Of The Banking System -- 7. The State Guarantees To Cover Bank Debt -- 7.1 The Financial Scheme -- 7.2 Main Features Of The Guarantees -- 8. Effects Of The Guarantees -- 8.1 Legal Guarantee Fee And Market Price -- 8.2 Moral Hazard Effects -- 8.3 Distortions In Banking Competition -- 8.4 Member State Guarantees And EU Coordination -- PART IV: INNOVATION AND CRISIS-FIGHTING MEASURES IN THE EU -- 9. The Instruments That Triggered The Crisis In 2007-2008 -- 9.1 The 'Path' Of Risk: From Private Individuals To Banks -- 9.2 (Continued): From Banks To Markets -- 9.3 (Continued): From Markets To States -- 9.4 Cultural Sustainability Of Innovation In Anti-Crisis Public Finance -- 10. The ECB's Unconventional Measures Facing The Challenge Of Markets And National Courts -- 10.1 Characteristics Of The Main Unconventional Measures -- 10.2 The Scope Of The Measures As Outlined By The ECB And By The Case Law -- 10.3 Application Of The Constraints Set By The Bverfg For Omts To Other Unconventional Measures -- Conclusions
Control code
FIEb17754392
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 159 pages
Isbn
9781137441553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)905599965
Label
From saviour to guarantor : EU member states' economic intervention during the financial crisis, Fabio Bassan and Carlo D. Mottura
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Introduction -- PART I: THE EU'S INSTITUTIONAL ACTION -- 1. The EU Action To Face The Crisis -- 1.1 EU Action In Support Of The Member States' Public Debt -- 1.2 EU Action In Support Of The Banking System -- 1.3 Eurostat Public Contingent Liabilities -- 1.4 Differences Between EU And US Actions -- 2. State Guarantees And State Aid -- PART II: THE FINANCIAL VALUATION OF A GUARANTEE CONTRACT -- 3. The Defaultable Guarantee Contract. -- 3.1 The Guarantee Contract And Credit Derivatives Market -- 3.2 The Relevant Issues. -- 4. Valuation Under A Standard Model. -- PART III: THE STATE GUARANTEES IN THE EU -- A) State Guarantees For The Safeguard Of The Euro -- 5. Guarantees In Favour Of The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) -- 5.1 The Financial Scheme -- 5.2 Main Features Of The Guarantees -- 6. Effects Of The Guarantees -- 6.1 Valuation And 'Model Risk' -- 6.2 The Lack Of Effective Sanctioning Instruments -- 6.3 Different Sovereignties For Eurozone Member States -- 6.4 The ECB And The Lever Of Archimedes -- B) State Guarantees For The Stability Of The Banking System -- 7. The State Guarantees To Cover Bank Debt -- 7.1 The Financial Scheme -- 7.2 Main Features Of The Guarantees -- 8. Effects Of The Guarantees -- 8.1 Legal Guarantee Fee And Market Price -- 8.2 Moral Hazard Effects -- 8.3 Distortions In Banking Competition -- 8.4 Member State Guarantees And EU Coordination -- PART IV: INNOVATION AND CRISIS-FIGHTING MEASURES IN THE EU -- 9. The Instruments That Triggered The Crisis In 2007-2008 -- 9.1 The 'Path' Of Risk: From Private Individuals To Banks -- 9.2 (Continued): From Banks To Markets -- 9.3 (Continued): From Markets To States -- 9.4 Cultural Sustainability Of Innovation In Anti-Crisis Public Finance -- 10. The ECB's Unconventional Measures Facing The Challenge Of Markets And National Courts -- 10.1 Characteristics Of The Main Unconventional Measures -- 10.2 The Scope Of The Measures As Outlined By The ECB And By The Case Law -- 10.3 Application Of The Constraints Set By The Bverfg For Omts To Other Unconventional Measures -- Conclusions
Control code
FIEb17754392
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 159 pages
Isbn
9781137441553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)905599965

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