- xix, 382 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Corporate Author
- Peterson Institute for International Economics,
- "May 2017."Contents: Introduction : scene setting, preliminaries, outline, and main findings -- Why were the EU-wide stress tests not better received? -- Operational features and evolution of the US and EU-wide tests -- Criticisms of stress-testing methodology and the measurement of bank capital -- What we have learned, or should have learned, about the right level of bank-capital ratios -- Estimating capital surcharges for global systemically important banks -- Lessons from the US and EU-wide tests -- A plan for bank-capital reform -- Potential objections to the plan for bank-capital reform and closing remarks.Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-362) and index.