The fundamental origin of systemic risk is endogenous risk, the source of the feedback loops that cause extreme outcomes
Mechanisms inherent in the financial system amplify or accelerate the impact of systemic risk
Policies, laws and regulations may control or create systemic risks
Empirical techniques are needed to identify the build-up of systemic risk

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Events

September 8th 2014 to September 10th 2014

Venue: LSE
Organisers: Katja Neugebauer (Systemic Risk Centre), Drew Purves (Microsoft Research), Matthew Smith (Microsoft Research) and Jean-Pierre Zigrand (Systemic Risk Centre)

September 30th 2014

Time: 6.30pm    Venue: LSE
Speaker: Professor David Miles (Bank of England)
 

October 3rd 2014

Time: All day    Venue: LSE
Organisers: Kathy Yuan (LSE) and Christian Julliard (LSE)

October 16th 2014

Time: 9.30am - 5.30pm   Venue: LSE
Organisers: Jon Danielsson (SRC) and Eva Micheler (Department of Law, LSE)

News

July 7th 2014

Stefan Ingves (Governor of the Riksbank and Chairman of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision) spoke at LSE on Monday 7th July.

June 6th 2014

We are pleased to announce that SRC co-investigator, Prof Kathy Yuan (Department of Finance, LSE) has received a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant

May 14th 2014

The SRC is to host Stefan Ingves when he visits the London School of Economics (LSE) this July.

January 30th 2014

On the 28th January the SRC organised a very sucessful public lecture titled 'The Next Crisis', with Julia Black (LSE Pro-Director and SRC co-investigator),

January 30th 2014

We are pleased to announce the publication of our first Special Paper.