Refer to the ODPHP’s Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (linked in Resources).
Select one population sector from the index and read the recommendations related to your chosen sector.
Complete the following based on what you have learned to date:
Describe two ideas that you would like to try with your chosen population.
How would you implement these ideas?
countries unfortunately have no such powers. Currently, even with Dodd Frank, the regulatory landscape still remains fragmented, resulting in gaps, overlaps and the potential for delayed responses to emerging risks, and should be simplified over time,” the IMF advises (International Monetary Fund, 2015). For example, the FSOC is flawed as it is composed of several independent regulators, some of which have mandates to focus on specific institutions or markets, not on stability of the overall financial system. Even after the FSOC reaches consensus on a policy, which can take a long time, it has limited power to force a federal regulatory agency to act. These gaps in regulatory oversight may leave the financial system vulnerable in the future as important financial institutions or activities remain largely unregulated even after Dodd Frank. Also, in the implementation of financial regulation, it is also important to note that there is always a trade off (Gourio, Kashyap and Sim, 2017). For example, if regulation is too light, it is highly likely that a financial catastrophe will occur. If the regulation is too tough however, the economy will be starved of credit and experiences slow economic growth. The Development of Macroprudential Policies Macroprudential policies are typically designed to increase the financial system’s resilience, thus reducing the systemic risks arising from financial intermediation (Bank For International Settlements, 2017). A macroprudential approach recognizes the importance of general equilibrium effects, and seeks to safeguard the financial system as a whole. In the aftermath of the crisis, there seems to be an agreement among both academics and policymakers that financial regulation needs to move in a macroprudential direction. In the simplest terms, the macroprudential approach to financial regulation can be categorized as an effort to control the social costs associated with excessive balance sheet shrinkage on the part of multiple financial institutions hit with a common shock. It could be argued that macroprudential policies may succeed in shoring up macr>GET ANSWER