A Decade After the Global Financial Crisis: Lessons and Policy for International Stability

Anjali Karol


The Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09 has been the most severe global shock after the Great Depression of the 1930s. A crisis of this order has changed the outlook on international socio-economic integration and concerns on financial security and global polity. As we are a decade after the crisis, it is instinctively imperative to relook and analyse the lessons learnt and the policy responses that helped ease the crisis. This paper is an attempt in that direction. Research over the years suggests that global financial system has evolved into a more innocuous network at limited unintended costs. Globally policy regulations have tightened to lessen the impact of future crises and today most countries have some form of macro-prudential surveillance.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijfr.v11n2p416

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International Journal of Financial Research
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