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Regulations During a Crisis

The Role of Regulations During a Crisis

Xi Wu, assistant professor in the Berkeley Haas Accounting Group, discusses his study of the effect of regulations on individual firms.

He uses the firms’ references of regulation in their annual reports to proxy for their regulatory exposures. To investigate the role of regulations during crises, he examines the stock and bond market performance of firms with high pre-crisis regulation relative to similar firms with less regulation before the crisis.

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