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US Financial Regulation and the Level Playing Field

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Zusatztext Well researched and clearly written! this book is an important resource for students of regulation! particularly financial regulation. Choice Informationen zum Autor HELEN A. GARTEN is a Professor of Law teaching at Rutgers University in Newark. She writes extensively on US financial regulatory issues! including bank safety and soundness and regulatory reform. Her past work includes Why Bank Regulation Failed: Designing a Bank Regulatory Strategy for the 1990s (1991) and numerous articles in US law journals as well as in the International Journal of Regulatory Law and Practice . Klappentext What will deregulation and globalization of financial markets mean for the future of US financial regulation? This book argues that the uniqueness of US regulation derives from its success in promoting four principles of competitive fairness that US players demand from financial markets. The peculiar US notion of a 'level playing field' provides a novel approach to understanding the evolution of US regulation! including recent reform! and to predicting US attitudes toward questions of global financial market supervision. Zusammenfassung What will deregulation and globalization of financial markets mean for the future of US financial regulation? The peculiar US notion of a 'level playing field' provides a novel approach to understanding the evolution of US regulation, including recent reform, and to predicting US attitudes toward questions of global financial market supervision. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface Introduction: Regulation and the Level Playing Field How to Think About Financial Regulation Is Regulation Beneficial? Deposit Insurance and the Politics of Regulatory Subsidy Results Matter Regulatory Conflict and Competitive Equality The Level Playing Field and Rules of Fair Play Failure on A Level Playing Field Let the Market Pick the Winners Glossary of Key US Financial Statutes Index ...

Well researched and clearly written, this book is an important resource for students of regulation, particularly financial regulation. Choice



Autorentext
HELEN A. GARTEN is a Professor of Law teaching at Rutgers University in Newark. She writes extensively on US financial regulatory issues, including bank safety and soundness and regulatory reform. Her past work includes Why Bank Regulation Failed: Designing a Bank Regulatory Strategy for the 1990s (1991) and numerous articles in US law journals as well as in the International Journal of Regulatory Law and Practice.

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What will deregulation and globalization of financial markets mean for the future of US financial regulation? This book argues that the uniqueness of US regulation derives from its success in promoting four principles of competitive fairness that US players demand from financial markets. The peculiar US notion of a 'level playing field' provides a novel approach to understanding the evolution of US regulation, including recent reform, and to predicting US attitudes toward questions of global financial market supervision.



Inhalt
Preface Introduction: Regulation and the Level Playing Field How to Think About Financial Regulation Is Regulation Beneficial? Deposit Insurance and the Politics of Regulatory Subsidy Results Matter Regulatory Conflict and Competitive Equality The Level Playing Field and Rules of Fair Play Failure on A Level Playing Field Let the Market Pick the Winners Glossary of Key US Financial Statutes Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: US Financial Regulation and the Level Playing Field
Autor:
EAN: 9780333770863
ISBN: 978-0-333-77086-3
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 236
Gewicht: g
Größe: H21mm x B225mm x T146mm
Jahr: 2001
Auflage: 2001

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