The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse has put banks back in the news as many debate what can be done to stop this from happening. Increased regulation to prevent banks from failing is often proposed, but could this safety net encourage banks to behave more riskily?
To discuss this, IEA Director of Public Policy and Communications Matthew Lesh sat down with Jón Danielsson, one of the two Directors of the Systemic Risk Centre and Reader in Finance at the LSE.
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