A Systemic Approach to Financial Stability

At next month's Global Economic Symposium, world leaders will attempt to develop concrete solutions to today's most pressing economic problems, including monetary and financial instability. Designing effective proposals will require a new, more comprehensive understanding of the systemic factors affecting financial stability worldwide.

HONG KONG – Next month, policymakers, business leaders, academics, and civil-society representatives will meet in Kiel, Germany, for the Global Economic Symposium (GES), where they will attempt to develop concrete solutions to today’s most pressing economic issues. Whether they produce effective proposals will depend on a comprehensive understanding of the factors underpinning – and undermining – financial stability worldwide.