The Crawford School of Public Policy present a one-day course to provide an introduction to the topic of systemic risk, which has emerged as one of the greatest public policy challenges of the past decade.
At its worst, systemic risk can result in the near-collapse of financial systems and economies as illustrated in the US and Europe in 2007-2008. The course will cover the mechanisms through which systemic risk can be realised, how countries can respond in terms of preventative policy settings and how crises can be resolved once they occur. A look at the historical and current role of systemic risk for Australia will also be a feature of the course.
Date: 22 July 2016
Venue: #132 Crawford Building, Lennox Crossing, ANU
Enrol: T 02 6125 2154 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $1,100 GST incl; Group discounts applicable
Further information is available from the Crawford School of Public Policy website.