2016 Global Opportunity Index
Cross-Border Investment in Europe: From Macro to Financial Data
UK Financial Reforms:
Bank of England 2.0
Based on the 2016 edition of the Milken Institute Global Opportunity Index, the report assesses the attractiveness of Asian countries to foreign investors and provides a closer look at the composition of Asia's capital inflows
In the aftermath of the 2007-2008 financial crisis, new legislation and regulations have pressured banks and insurance companies to reduce their size, leverage, and riskier lines of business in order to avoid another too-big-to-fail debacle


New rule gives small banks fighting chance against Dodd-Frank
Jakob Wilhelmus
The Hill | 04/24/2017

The Border Tax Unraveled
William Lee
MI Review | 04/19/2017

The Asset Management Industry, Systemic Risk, and Macroprudential Policy
Claude Lopez
Journal of Financial Transformation, 2017, vol. 45, 121-128 | 04/17/2017

Orderly Resolution: Dodd Frank’s Title II vs. Chapter 14
Elham Saeidinezhad
The CLS Blue Sky Blog | 03/24/2017

Critical to keep benefits of trade deficit in mind
Jakob Wilhelmus | 03/16/2017

Unraveling Dodd-Frank Without Congress
Claude Lopez
Huffington Post | 03/03/2017

Financial Deregulation: Repeal or Adjust?
Claude Lopez and Elham Saeidinezhad
Columbia Law School | 02/06/2017

Asset Managers and Collateral: Control of the Center
Elham Saeidinezhad
Milken Institute | 02/02/2017

Reality Check: Financial Regulation Faces a Stress Test
Jakob Wilhelmus
Milken Institute | 01/23/2017

The Securities Settlement System: Without Regulation, Contagion?
Elham Saeidinezhad
Milken Institute | 01/20/2017

Anatomy of a Reshuffling Part I: Snapshots of Global Banking
Jonathon Adams-Kane
Tabb Forum | 01/10/2017

Think Tank Awards 2016: Milken Institute was praised for its work on capital flows | November 29, 2016

Volatility vs. Exposure: Understanding the Sources of Financial Distress
Jakob Wilhelmus | October 6, 2016

Is Asset Management the Next Frontier in Systemic Risk?
Claude Lopez | September 27, 2016

International Finance and Macroeconomics at the Milken Institute contributes to the national and international conversation by combining in-depth analysis (reports, shorter papers, blogs) and stakeholder engagement activities ( roundtables and public panels during MI conferences as well as self-standing workshops) throughout the world. Its current focus is:

  • Financial Stability and Systemic Risk - macro-financial linkages and features of the corresponding regulatory framework.
  • Capital Flows and Investment - MI Global Opportunity Index and analysis based on aggregated as well as market-level data.