systemic regulation

systemic regulation,

n the entire network of pathways by which the various systems of the body interact in order to allow an organism to live, move, and remain healthy.
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A better understanding of the systemic regulation of those processes is likely to contribute in the long run to the development of better strategies to fight cellular pathologies associated with many diseases, such as cancer.
111) The solution to risk mitigation in the increasingly interconnected economy, he argues, lies in systemic regulation.
6) As Markus Brunnermeier and his colleagues write in the eleventh Geneva Report, "The current approach to systemic regulation implicitly assumes that we can make the system as a whole safe by simply trying to make sure that individual banks are safe.
Treasury Secretary is charged with the responsibility of systemic regulation in the United States, and an independent consumer bureau was established within the Federal Reserve.
Although these suggestions are certainly worthy of consideration, it is not clear to this reviewer why the authors think these particular regulatory reforms should be attached to the systemic regulation of the financial system rather than entrusting them to a consumer protection agency.
Amongst the European-style counter-cyclical mechanisms that have been suggested are, first of all, that the very process of trying to introduce systemic regulation and supervision, via the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), will help by itself.
There has been no macroprudential or systemic regulation and oversight.
Apart from systemic regulation of mega-insurance firms in the event of a crisis that could tank the entire financial system, insurance regulation would be left to the states.
The battle over Federal versus State regulation will tighten; systemic regulation is an operative term of choice these days and it is something that might prove workable.
Do you have a dog in the fight over where the systemic regulation should originate?
Push Congress to consolidate systemic regulation quickly, perhaps in the Federal Reserve, but in any event impose stricter oversight of the supervisors and allow less room for discretion.
regulation and lack of macroprudential or systemic regulation and oversight.