The Group of Thirty enters the policy debate on important issues pertaining to international economics and finance through the publication of Reports and Occasional Papers.
Managing the Next Financial Crisis: An Assessment of Emergency Arrangements in the Major Economies
This study examines the emergency mechanisms and authorities available across the major economies to help manage future financial crises. The study asks whether changes to the mechanisms and authorities made since the 2007-08 global financial crisis have made the major economies safer and more able to address future crises
Shadow Banking and Capital Markets: Risks and Opportunities
This study examines the proliferation of financial nonbank credit intermediation, also known as shadow banking. The study notes that unregulated or imperfectly regulated shadow banking activities, particularly those in China, undermines financial stability by way of unregulated banking structures that share similarities to the banking structures that led to the 2007-08 financial crisis in advanced economies.