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DSC CONFERENCE

 

The Economics of Financial Market Regulation

Western Economics International Association

San Francisco, California

July 2001

 

The Derivatives Study Center organized a session at the Western Economics International Association meetings in July 2001.  The session was titled “The Economics of Financial Market Regulation.”  Participants included John Eatwell, President of Queens College, Cambridge University, Salih Neftci of the New School University and CUNY Grad Center, Alan Isaac of American University, Larry Mote from the Office of Comptroller of the Currency, U.S. Treasury Department, and Randall Dodd, Director of the Derivatives Study Center.

 

John Eatwell, “The Challenges Facing International Financial Regulation

Salih Neftci, “Contingent Capital, Credit Derivatives and Regulators: An Example

Randall Dodd, “New Approach to Regulating Financial Markets

Alan Isaac, Comments on Eatwell’s Paper

Randall Dodd, Comments on Neftci’s Paper (unavailable)

Larry Mote, Comments on Dodd’s Paper (unavailable)

 


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