1. The supreme mortgages market. Main determinants of the borrower's choice to get in a subprime mortgage. The incentive structure of intermediaries: moral hazard and adverse selection. Some responses: how does the policy-maker shape the subprime market. 2. The competition policy dimension of tying and other potentially unfair commercial practices. Tackling tying and other potentially unfair commercial practices in consumer policy. Measuring the impact of tying and other potentially unfair practices in the retail financial services sector: a multi-stage test. 3. Setting the scene. Size and shape of the OTC derivatives market. Legal and economic views of growth and concentration. The nature of OTC derivatives transactions. Shedding lights on the OTC derivatives’ chain value: a costbenefit analysis. OTC derivatives markets and the financial crisis. Legislative actions in EU and US. Perspectives for over-the-counter derivatives market: four scenarios.
|Titolo:||1. The Market for Subprime Lending: a Law and Economics Analysis of Market Failures and Policy Responses. 2. Legal and economic approach to tying and other potentially unfair and anticompetitive commercial practices: focus on financial services. 3. Shaping Reforms and Business Models for OTC Derivatives Markets: Quo Vadis?|
|Data di pubblicazione:||24-feb-2010|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||06.2 - Tesi di dottorato 2008-2019 (Doctoral Thesis 2008-2019)|