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EU competition policy in the European Banking Union – are the good old policies good enough?

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The policy paper explores how the balance between different policy objectives in the financial sector has been struck within the European Banking Union context. In particular, we focus on the implementation of competition and financial stability policies, suggesting institutional amendments and policy calibration oriented at facilitating a better aligned and more transparent balancing of objectives.

Policy contribution Financial Stability Conference 2017
16 November 2017
Source: Financial Risk and Stability Network

Authors:
Maria Ana Barata, European University Institute
Agnieszka Smoleńska, European University Institute

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This policy paper has been prepared as an accompanying and follow-up contribution of the Financial Stability Conference 2017 which was held October 18 in Berlin. Early-stage and PhD researchers have been invited to write policy-oriented papers on selected topical issues of the conference to be published, circulated and enclosed in the conference report.

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This paper explores how the balance between different policy objectives in the financial sector has been struck within the European Banking Union (EBU) context. In particular, we focus on the implementation of competition and financial stability policies, suggesting institutional amendments and policy calibration oriented at facilitating a better aligned and more transparent balancing of objectives.

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