Recognizing that good policy is central to our mission, we have developed programs designed to: promote a deeper, more sophisticated understanding of markets and their role in facilitating economic growth and job creation, improve the policy dialogue around financial-markets issues, and generate practical, nonpartisan ideas and solutions.
Small and mid-size businesses are the backbone of the American economy, and access to capital is the fuel that lets them thrive. This unique survey co-authored by the Milken Institute’s Center for Financial Markets sampled 636 business owners and C-suite executives to discover practices for gaining access to capital and to gauge their outlook for growth.
In the wake of the global financial crisis, policymakers, investors, and lenders analyzed the lead-up to the meltdown to see what changes could prevent another near-collapse. The result: a new focus on how macroprudential policy can reduce systemic risk. In this report we explore the emerging macroprudential policy discussion and the implications for broader monetary policy.