Is Basel Committee research biased towards a “house view”? This is critically important for financial policy making (Premium)

A new report commissioned by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has criticized the Bank’s own research activities as supporting a “house view” that impacts its independence and how it shapes policy. Since the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is part of this review, we look at how a skewed research agenda may be supporting a limited view of financial rule making.
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