Global Financial Crisis: A Decade after Lehman
December 3-4, 2018
Ambedkar International Centre, New Delhi
This September marked the 10th year of the global financial crisis. A decade later, the world economy still feels the reverberations of the crisis. The attempts to re-stabilise and more importantly to prevent another economic meltdown started immediately after the crisis. In the last ten years, there has been a significant restructuring of the financial landscape by regulating financial institutions. The attempts to globalise these regulations irrespective of the nature of the banking system has had severe impacts. India had been relatively insulated from the crisis due to the public nature of the banking system and their limited market exposure. A decade after the meltdown, the Indian banking system is in deep crisis. In this context, there is a need to look closer into the post-crisis reforms prescribed to financial institutions and their impacts on the Indian Banking system. To understand the various factors contributing to the crisis of the Indian Banking system in the context of the post-crisis reforms, a few organisations are planning to hold a conference. The conference would be held at the Ambedkar International Centre on the 3rd and 4th of December 2018. This event would try and bring economists from India and outside to critically evaluate the effects of the post-crisis reforms and the current crisis facing the Indian banking system and the economy at large.
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