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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

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In today's interconnected world, capital flows play a central role. International Finance and Macroeconomics (IFM) research at the Milken Institute studies the flows composition and evolution throughout the world in order to help facilitate access to capital, identify investment opportunities and enable balanced growth. More specifically, IFM research focuses on:

Capital Flows - analysis based on aggregated as well as market-level data.
Financial Stability - macro-financial linkages and features of the corresponding regulatory framework that may help enhancing global financial system resilience.
Global Opportunity Index - a systematic, data-rich framework to shed light on nations' attractiveness to foreign investors.