Foundation Press, August 2018
This textbook takes as its starting point today's financial sector, which has been reshaped by the Financial Crisis and the still ongoing fundamental reforms to financial regulation that followed. History, technological change, turf battles, politics, ideology, and other factors are brought to bear so that students may understand why and how markets and regulation have evolved and will continue to evolve.
Authors: Margaret Tahyar, Michael Barr (University of Michigan Law School) and Howell Jackson (Harvard Law School).
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