課程資訊
課程名稱
金融監理與政策
FINANCIAL REGULATION AND POLICY 
開課學期
95-2 
授課對象
社會科學院  經濟學研究所  
授課教師
黃達業 
課號
ECON7050 
課程識別碼
323EM7050 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期一6,7,8(13:20~16:20) 
上課地點
社法28 
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本課程以英語授課。
總人數上限:50人 
 
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金融監理與政策
(723-M5110)/ (323 M7050)



2007, SPRING







黃達業教授


台大財務金融所



Financial Regulation and Policy
(723 M5110)/ (323 M7050)
2007, SPRING Prof. Dar-Yeh Hwang
Tele : 2364-0895 Graduate Institute of Finance
Office: Rm 701 Graduate Institute of Economics
Office Hours: Monday National Taiwan University
Syllabus
Ⅰ. Purpose of the Course
This course is designed for graduate students in finance and economics to explore the important issues and the future development of the current financial regulation and policy. This course will equip the students with the understanding of most important issues related to financial regulation and policy faced by financial regulators, central banks, and Deposit Insurers.
Ⅱ. Outline of the Course
This course will focus on the important topics of current financial regulation and policy. The topics include (1) Financial Regulation and Financial System (2)Central Bank and the Conduct of Monetary Policy (3) Deposit Insurance and its Regulatory Policy (4) The Politics of Financial Regulatory Policy and (5) Basel II and Capital Regulatory Policy
Ⅲ. Readings and Textbook
*Mishikin, F., 2007, The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley.
*Saunders, A. and M. Cornett, 2006, Financial Institutions Management- A Risk Management Approach, 4th ed., McGraw-Hill/ Irwin.
Ⅳ. Meeting time and Place
Every Monday 2:20~5:20 pm in Room 10 at the School of Social Science and Law School.
Ⅴ. Grading Policy
(1) Class Presentation (40%) (2) Term Report (40%)(3) Class Participation(20%)
VI. Topics Selected
1. Financial Regulation and Financial System ( 2/26) (3/5) (3/12) (3/19)
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “An Economic Analysis of Financial Structure” Chapter 8, the Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 181-217.
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “Economic Analysis of Banking Regulation” Chapter 11, the Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 279-307.
*Merton, Robert, 1995, “A Functional Perspective of Financial Intermediation.” Financial Management 24, pp. 23-41 (#1)
*Merton, Robert, 1995, “Financial Innovation and the Management and Regulation of Financial Institutions.” Journal of Banking and Finance 19, pp. 461-81. (optional)
*Abrams, R. K. and M. W. Taylor, 2000, “Issue in the Unification of Financial Sector Supervision .”IMF Working paper, pp. 1-32. (optional)
*Giorgio et al., 2002, “Financial Regulation and Supervision in the Euro Area: A Four-Peak Proposal”, Wharton Financial Institutions Center, pp.1-28. (optional)
*Barth, J., G. Caprio, and R. Levine, 2004, “Bank Regulation and Supervision: What Works Best?” Journal of Financial Intermediation 13, pp. 205-248. (#2)
*Allen, Franklin et al, 2004, “Financial Systems in Europe, the USA and Asia,” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 20, pp.490-508.) (#3)
*Bernanke, Ben, 2006, “Community Banking and Community Bank Supervision in the Twenty-First Centry,” Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the Independent Community Bank Supervision in the Twenty-First Century, Las Vegas, Nevada, March, 2006, pp. 1-6. (optional)
*Case Study: The Functional Restructuring of Fubon FHC
2. Central Bank and the Conduct of Monetary Policy (3/26) (4/2) (4/9)
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “Structure of Central Banks and the Federal Reserve System” Chapter 12, the Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 311-332.
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “Tools of Monetary Policy” Chapter 15, the Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 373--391.
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “What Should Central Banks Do? Monetary Policy Goals, Strategy, and Tactics” Chapter 16, the Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 393--428.
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “The International Financial System” Chapter 18, the Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 459--490.
* Bernanke, Ben, 2004, “FedSpeak,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the Meeting of American Economic Association, San Diego, CA, January, 2004. pp.1-11. (#4)
* Ferguson, Roger, 2004, “The Role of Central Banks in Fostering Efficiency and Stability in the Global Financial System,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the National Bank of Belgium Conference, Brussels, Belgium, May, 2004, pp.1-7. (#5)
* Bernanke, Ben, 2004, “Euro at Five: Ready for a Global Role?” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the European Economics and Financial Center Conference, Paris, France, June, 2004, pp. 1-10. (optional)
* Bernanke, Ben, 2006, “Reflections on the Yield Curve and Monetary Policy,” Federal Reserve Board: Speech. Before the Economic Club of New York, NY, March, 2006, pp. 1-7. (#6)
*Case Study: Policy on Partial Closure of Taiwan’s FX NDF Market
3. Deposit Insurance and its Regulatory Policy (4/16) (4/23) (4/30)
*Saunders, A. and M. Cornett, 2006, “Deposit Insurance and Other Liability Guarantees”, Chapter 19, Financial Institutions Management- A Risk Management Approach, pp.526-559, McGraw-Hill/ Irwin.
* Buser, Chen, A. and Kane, E., 1981, “Federal Deposit Insurance, Regulatory Policy and Optimal Bank Capital.” Journal of Finance, 36, pp. 51-60. (#7)
* Wilcox, James, 2001, MIMIC: A Proposal for Deposit Insurance Reform, Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, V 9 (4), pp.338-349. (#8)
* Laeven, Luc, 2004, The Political Economy of Deposit Insurance, Journal of Financial Services Research 26 (3), pp.201-224. (#9)
* Case Studies: Taiwan CDIC’s Reform Proposal
4. Basel II and Capital Regulatory Policy (5/7) (5/14) (5/21 )
*Saunders, A. and M. Cornett, 2006, “Capital Adequacy Risk”, Chapter 20, Financial Institutions Management- A Risk Management Approach, pp.567-603, McGraw-Hill/ Irwin.
* Bean, M. L. et al, 1998, “Executive Summary”, in Managing Crisis: The FDIC and RTC Experience 1980-1994, FDIC, Washington, D.C. pp.3-53. (optional)
* Osterniller, W. and M. Spaid, 1998, “Overview of the Resolution Process”, in Managing Crisis: The FDIC and RTC Experience 1980-1984, FDIC, Washington, D.C. pp.55-62. (#10)
* Greenspan, A., 1998, “The Role of Capital in Optimal Banking Supervision and Regulation.” FRBNY, Economic Policy Review 4:3 October, pp. 163-168. (#11)
* Acharya, V., 2003, “Is the International Convergence of Capital Adequacy Regulation Desirable?” Journal of Finance 58, pp.2745-2781. (optional)
* Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, 2003, Overview of the New Basel Capital Accord, Bank for International Settlements, pp.1-18 . (#12)
* Bernanke, Ben, 2004, “The Implementation of Basel II: Some Issues for Cross-Border Banking,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the Institute of International Banker’s Annual Breakfast Dialogue, D.C., October, 2004. (optional)
* Goodhart, C. et al, 2004, “Bank Regulation and Macroeconomic Fluctuations”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy 20, No.4, pp. 591-615. (optional)
* The FSA Handbook, 2005, “Chapter 8, Group Risk”. (optional)
* Bies, Susan, 2006, “An Update on Regulatory Issues,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the Banking Institute, North Carolina, March, 2006, pp. 1-7. (optional)
*Bies, Susan, 2006, “Supervisory Perspective on Current Bank Capital, Market Risk, and Loan Product Issues,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech, pp. 1-7 (optionak)
*Bies, Susan, 2006, “A Risk-Management Perspective on Recent Regulatory Proposals,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the America Community Bankers Risk Management and Finance Forum, Florida, April, 2006, pp. 1-8. (optinal)
*Kroszner, Randall, 2006, “The Effect of Removing Geographic Restrictions on Banking in the U.S.: Lessons for Europe,” The Federal Reserve Board: Speech. At the Conference on the Future of Financial Regulation, London School of Economics, London, April, 2006, pp. 1-10. (optional)
* Case Study: Taiwan’s First (258) Financial Reform
5. The Politics of Financial Regulatory Policy (5/28) (6/4) (6/11) (6/18)
*Mishikin, F., 2007, “Banking Industry : Structure and Competition” Chapter10, The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 8th ed., Pearson, Addison-Wesley, pp. 247-277.
*Santomero, Anthony M., 1999,”Bank Mergers: What’s a Policymaker to Do?”, Journal of Banking and Finance 23, pp.637-643. (optional)
*Carow, K., 2001, “Citicorp-Travelers Group Merger: Challenging Barriers between Banking and Insurance,” Journal of Banking and Finance 25, pp.1553-1571. (#optional)
*LaPorta, Lopez-De-Silanes, Shleifer, 2002, “Government Ownership of Banks.” The Journal of Finance 57(1), pp. 265-301. (#13)
*Sapienza, 2004, “The Effect of Government Ownership on Bank Lending.” Journal of Financial Economics 72(2), pp. 357-384. (optiona)
*Allen, Franklin et al, 2005, “Law, Finance, and Economic Growth in China”, Journal of Financial Economics 77, pp. 57-116 (optional)
*Dinc, Serdar, 2005, “Politicians and Banks: Political Influences on Government- Owned Banks in Emerging Countries.” Journal of Financial Economics, 453-479. (#14)
*Brown, Craig and Serdar Dinc., 2005, “The Politics of Bank Failures: Evidence from Emerging Markets.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 120 (4), pp. 1413-1444. (#15)
* Case Study: Taiwan’s Second Financial Reform

 

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This course is designed for graduate students in finance and economics to explore the important issues and the future development of the current financial regulation and policy. This course will equip the students with the understanding of most important issues related to financial regulation and policy faced by financial regulators, central banks, and Deposit Insurers.  
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