Videos of the 2017 Institute of International Monetary Research/Institute of Economic Affairs conference: Has financial regulation gone too far and do banks need all the extra capital?
Solvency regulation in Britain (Lessons from history)
Forrest Capie and Geoffrey Wood
Money in theory and in practice
Bank recapitalisation: effects on UK banks
Professor Tim Congdon
On bank capital in the USA: Kashkari v. Dimon
Are the Basel rules anti-American?
Should the central bank be a bank at all?
Dr Juan Castañeda
Are smaller banks safer than big banks?
What is the right level of banks' capital/asset ratio?
On financial regulation and asset prices
The state of play of ECB monetary policy
On domestic bank regulation and international authorities
The great economist, John Maynard Keynes, said in his celebrated 1923 Tract on Monetary Reform, that changes in the value of money 'have produced in the past, and are producing now, the vastest social consequences, because, when the value of money changes, it does not change equally for all persons and for all purposes...[I]nflation and deflation alike...has inflicted great injuries'.