Financial Regulation

The Center for Global Economy and Business presents a new book (March 2017) authored by more than a dozen faculty members from NYU Stern and the NYU School of Law (see press release). In their analysis, the authors address the prominent issues of financial regulation and examine the benefits and drawbacks of the Financial CHOICE Act—the prominent proposal to reform financial regulation—while comparing it to Dodd-Frank.

Regulating Wall Street  

Table of Contents

Managing Systemic Risk: The Core of the Financial CHOICE Act

Limiting Government Discretion: Other Aspects of the Financial CHOICE Act

What’s Not in the Financial CHOICE Act or Dodd-Frank?

There’s Still Time

  • Conclusions - Thomas F. Cooley, Matthew P. Richardson, Kermit L. Schoenholtz, Bruce Tuckman, Lawrence J. White


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