K. Ruskykh, MA Analysing Europe from Maastricht University Rethinking national and European financial regulatory frameworks after the crisis: the case of the three new EU member states

The 2008 financial crisis made the EU member states to review the existing national and European financial regulatory frameworks. The new member states (NMS) are also involved into the overhaul of the financial regulatory structures, although their positions are not as vocal as those of the old member states. This paper aims at defining how the crisis affected the precrisis financial regulatory structures in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland as well as highlighting their positions regarding the newly established European financial regulatory arrangements.

Keywords: financial regulatory framework, host and home supervisors, European financial regulation.


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