CFP: Taking Stock of Post-Crisis Reforms: Local, Global, and Comparative Perspectives on Financial Sector Regulation

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The American Association of Law Schools  Section on Financial Institutions & Consumer Financial Services and Section on European Law invite papers for the AALS 2014 Annual Meeting in New York, New York. The topic of the program and call for papers is “Taking Stock of Post-Crisis Reforms: Local, Global, and Comparative Perspectives on Financial Sector Regulation.”

Preference will be given to papers with a clearly comparative focus, but “the committee’s overall goal is to select papers that will facilitate discussion of, and comparisons between, American and European approaches to various aspects of financial services regulation. Potential topics include macro-prudential regulation, consumer protection, monetary policy, regulation and supervision of financial intermediaries, structural reforms, and related issues of political accountability and legitimacy.”

Untenured faculty members are particularly encouraged to submit manuscripts or abstracts.

Deadline: Sept. 3, 2013. Review will be blind; submit a cover letter with the paper and do not include any references identifying the author or the author’s school. Papers may be accepted for publication but must not be published prior to the Annual Meeting. Email submissions to Saule Omarova at omarova[@]email.unc.edu and Peter Lindseth at peter.lindseth[@]law.uconn.edu. im


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