Financial Regulation in a Global Market Place: Report of the Duke Global Capital Markets Roundtable
This report summarizes the discussion of over sixty participants in the April 30, 2007 roundtable convened by the Duke Global Capital Market Center. The roundtable focused on important issues posed by the increasing globalization of securities offerings and trading markets. The invited participants were selected because of their broad experience as regulators, practitioners, or academics in international securities transactions, assuring a wide spectrum of views on the future direction of regulation.
James D. Cox & Edward F. Greene, Financial Regulation in a Global Market Place: Report of the Duke Global Capital Markets Roundtable, 18 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 239-252 (2007)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Capital market, Public finance
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