Benny Hartwig, Christoph Meinerding, Yves S. Schüler, 19 January 2022

In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, a consensus rapidly emerged that systemic risk – a central concept in financial stability – needed to be contained going forward. However, to this day experts cannot agree on how to measure systemic risk in the first place, with researchers having proposed a plethora of indicators. This column proposes an analytical approach designed to lend structure to this universe of indicators for measuring systemic risk.

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