International Financial Regulation Seminar

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This course has four goals: to introduce students to the regulatory underpinnings of the international financial system, educate students on the varieties of law-making available to international financial regulators when they have no formal law-making or enforcement power, provide a deeper understanding of this system by bringing students into contact with current research by leading academics and practitioners in this area, and provide students with an assessment of the changing nature of this regulatory apparatus in light of the financial crisis. In the course, students will fulfill these objectives by reading and studying key articles and other materials related to the international financial regulatory system. Students will ultimately engage with academics and practitioners to develop both their understanding of this topic and to develop their own ideas and proposals with respect to the evolving international financial regulatory system.

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Spring 2015 - Weekly schedule and papers download