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New Directions for Understanding Systemic Risk: A Report on a Conference Cosponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the National Academy of Sciences
Which aspects of the financial system seem most important and/or challenging to capture in considering the potential for systemic risk in the financial sector?
What potential avenues for future cross-disciplinary collaboration on systemic risk issues seem most promising?
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