Event date: 8 December 2016
The LSE Systemic Risk Centre and the Bank of England are hosting a workshop on “Modelling Risk Amplification Mechanisms for Macro-prudential Policymaking” on December 8, 2016, to be held at the Bank of England. The global financial crisis emphasised the importance of understanding direct and indirect interconnections in the financial system, and the ways in which institutions’ actions could amplify and propagate stress throughout the system. Since the crisis, significant progress has been made in understanding and modelling a variety of these systemic risk amplification mechanisms and how they interact. Policymakers across the globe are now looking to incorporate such models into their macro-prudential toolkits.
The purpose of this workshop is to act as a forum for academics and policymakers to discuss recent advances in research and modelling in this area. It is intended to act as a springboard for new collaborations and research ideas, which can in turn inform the development of the next generation of systemic risk models for macro-prudential policymaking.
Organising committee: Ron Anderson (LSE), Paul Nahai-Williamson (Bank of England) and Amar Radia (Bank of England).