A unique perspective on the concerns posed by the internationalization of US securities markets is offered. A set of principles is developed that can guide US policymakers in reaching agreement with other nations on the minimum content of all nations' securities laws.
James D. Cox,
Rethinking U.S. Securities Laws in the Shadow of International Regulatory Competition,
55 Law and Contemporary Problems
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