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International Financial Regulation Colloquium
J.D. Seminar 1114 (cross-listed) | 2 credit hours
This course constitutes a research workshop. In many sessions, outside speakers (typically faculty members from other institutions, researchers or in some cases, policymakers) will present their current work in the field of international financial and monetary regulation or discuss current developments in which they as policymakers are involved. The specific topics considered will vary depending on the expertise of the speakers, but the general focus will be on recent developments in the supervision of international capital markets. Other sessions will focus on selected basic topics in financial regulation, and policy issues involving it. Students are responsible for preparing brief weekly memoranda that discuss and question the presented papers, and to contribute heavily in weekly meetings.
Recommended: International Economic Law, International Finance, or Securities Regulation.
The first class on Wednesday, January 16, will be held in Hotung 5021.