FEEM Re3: “The Effects of the Financial Crisis on EU Financial Regulation for Commodities”
The 2008 crisis exposed the vulnerability of all major economies to financial events beyond their control. The scope, speed and severity of the crisis drove world economies to cooperate on all items of the financial regulatory agenda. This new article by Umberto Marengo, researcher in EU Public Policy and International Relations at the University of Cambridge, analyses how the financial crisis affected EU financial regulation for commodities.
Review of Environment, Energy and Economics – Re3