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Journal of Financial Regulation

2015 - 2019

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Volume 5, issue 1, 2019

Inaction in Macro-prudential Supervision: Assessing the EU’s Response pp. 1-28 Downloads
Pierre Schammo
Ignorance, Debt, and Cryptocurrencies: The Old and the New in the Law and Economics of Concurrent Currencies pp. 29-63 Downloads
Hossein Nabilou and André Prüm
State Contingent Debt as Insurance for Euro Area Sovereigns pp. 64-90 Downloads
Maria Demertzis and Stavros A Zenios
Should Fair-lending Investigators Better Mix Qualitative and Quantitative Methods? pp. 91-100 Downloads
Christopher E Cosans

Volume 4, issue 2, 2018

The Disruption of Retail Banking: A Competition Analysis of the Implications for Financial Stability and Monetary Policy pp. 167-189 Downloads
Paolo Siciliani
Sovereign Bond Contracts: Flaws in the Public Data? pp. 190-208 Downloads
Andrea E Kropp, W Mark C Weidemaier and Mitu Gulati
Third-Country Equivalence and Access to the EU Financial Markets Including in Case of Brexit pp. 209-275 Downloads
Eddy Wymeersch
Towards a Global Financial Register? The Case for End Investor Transparency in Central Securities Depositories pp. 276-313 Downloads
Delphine Nougayrède
Building a Stable European Deposit Insurance Scheme pp. 314-320 Downloads
Dirk Schoenmaker
How Effective are the Order-to-Trade Ratio and Resting Time Regulations? pp. 321-325 Downloads
Viktoria Dalko and Michael H Wang
The Financial Stability Aspects of the EU-wide Stress Test pp. 326-336 Downloads
André Ebner

Volume 4, issue 1, 2018

Rethinking Operational Risk Capital Requirements pp. 1-34 Downloads
Peter Sands, Gordon Liao and Yueran Ma
Too Complex to Work: A Critical Assessment of the Bail-in Tool under the European Bank Recovery and Resolution Regime pp. 35-72 Downloads
Tobias Tröger
Securitisation, Ring-Fencing, and Housing Bubbles: Financial Stability Implications of UK and EU Bank Reforms pp. 73-118 Downloads
Jay Cullen
The Scope for Financial Stability Considerations in the Fulfilment of the Mandate of the ECB/Eurosystem pp. 119-156 Downloads
Georgios Psaroudakis
Capital Markets Union and the Fintech Opportunity pp. 157-165 Downloads
Maria Demertzis, Silvia Merler and Guntram Wolff

Volume 3, issue 2, 2017

Always Crashing in the Same Car—Clearinghouse Rescue in the United States under Dodd–Frank pp. 133-158 Downloads
Stephen J. Lubben
Integrating Stress Tests within the Basel III Capital Framework: A Macroprudentially Coherent Approach pp. 159-186 Downloads
Pierluigi Bologna and Anatoli Segura
The International Campaign to Create Ethical Bankers pp. 187-209 Downloads
David Zaring
Do Profit-sharing Investment Account Holders Provide Market Discipline in an Islamic Banking System? pp. 210-232 Downloads
Omar Alaeddin, Simon Archer, Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim and Mohd. Eskandar Shah Mohd. Rasid
Culprits or Bystanders? Offshore Jurisdictions and the Global Financial Crisis pp. 233-261 Downloads
Daniel Haberly and Dariusz Wójcik
A Capital Markets Union for a Divided Europe pp. 262-279 Downloads
Danny Busch
Revisiting the Taper Tantrum: A Case for International Monetary Policy Coordination pp. 280-289 Downloads
Kanad Bagchi

Volume 3, issue 1, 2017

Bonded to the State: A Network Perspective on China's Corporate Debt Market pp. 1-39 Downloads
Li-Wen Lin and Curtis J. Milhaupt
The UK as a Third Country Actor in EU Financial Services Regulation pp. 40-65 Downloads
Eilís Ferran
Structural Reforms in Banking: The Role of Trading pp. 66-88 Downloads
Jan-Pieter Krahnen, Felix Noth and Ulrich Schüwer
The Limits of Globalizing Basel Banking Standards pp. 89-124 Downloads
Emily Jones and Alexandra O. Zeitz
Designing Virtual Currency Regulation in Japan: Lessons from the Mt Gox Case pp. 125-131 Downloads
Mai Ishikawa

Volume 2, issue 2, 2016

The Global Investment Banks are now all Becoming American: Does that Matter for Europeans? pp. 163-181 Downloads
Charles Goodhart and Dirk Schoenmaker
Taking Identity Seriously: When Identity Meets Regulation pp. 182-202 Downloads
Mehmet Kerem Coban
The Regulation of PRIIPs: Great Ambitions, Insurmountable Challenges? pp. 203-224 Downloads
Veerle Colaert
Bank Capital Structure and Financial Innovation: Antagonists or Two Sides of the Same Coin? pp. 225-263 Downloads
Lorenzo Sasso
The Systemic Risk Buffer for UK Banks: A Response to the Bank of England’s Consultation Paper pp. 264-282 Downloads
John Vickers
Current Developments in India’s Monetary Policy Framework pp. 283-290 Downloads
Vishrut Kansal
Entry Restriction, Shadow Banking, and the Structure of Monetary Institutions pp. 291-295 Downloads
Morgan Ricks

Volume 2, issue 1, 2016

Systemically Significant Prices pp. 1-20 Downloads
Robert C. Hockett and Saule T. Omarova
The Extraterritorial Regulation of Clearinghouses pp. 21-55 Downloads
Yesha Yadav and Dermot Turing
Too Connected to Fail: The Regulation of Systemic Risk within Australia's Superannuation System pp. 56-78 Downloads
Scott Donald, Hazel Bateman, Ross Buckley, Kevin Liu and Rob Nicholls
Designing Financial Supervision: The Puzzling Case of the FIUs against Money Laundering pp. 79-113 Downloads
Donato Masciandaro and Alessio Volpicella
Fiscal Governance: How Can the Eurozone Get What It Needs? pp. 114-129 Downloads
David Vines
Capital Markets Union: A Vision for the Long Term pp. 130-153 Downloads
Nicolas Véron and Guntram Wolff
The Implementation of the BRRD in Italy and its First Test: Policy Implications pp. 154-161 Downloads
Lorenzo Stanghellini

Volume 1, issue 2, 2015

Substituted Compliance: The Emergence, Challenges, and Evolution of a New Regulatory Paradigm pp. 169-205 Downloads
Howell E. Jackson
Cross-Border Application of OTC Derivatives Rules: Revisiting the Substituted Compliance Approach pp. 206-225 Downloads
Alexey Artamonov
Standing and Judicial Review in the New EU Financial Markets Architecture pp. 226-262 Downloads
Andreas Witte
Unusual Trade or Market Manipulation? How Market Abuse is Detected by Securities Regulators, Trading Venues and Self-Regulatory Organizations pp. 263-283 Downloads
Janet Austin
Why Operational Risk Modelling Creates Inverse Incentives pp. 284-289 Downloads
René Doff
Virtual Currency Regulation in Singapore pp. 290-293 Downloads
Alexander Loke
New National Solutions for Bank Failures: Game-changing in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands? pp. 294-297 Downloads
Matthias Haentjens and Lynette Janssen
The Roadmap Approach to Regulating Digital Financial Services pp. 298-305 Downloads
Jonathan Greenacre
Bank Regulation in Singapore pp. 306-324 Downloads
Christian Hofmann

Volume 1, issue 1, 2015

Editorial pp. 1-2 Downloads
Dan Awrey, Thierry Bonneau, Chris Brummer, Geneviève Helleringer, Wolf-Georg Ringe and Marco Ventoruzzo
Critical Reflections on Bank Bail-ins pp. 3-29 Downloads
Emilios Avgouleas and Charles Goodhart
Moral Hazard and Government Guarantees in the Banking Industry pp. 30-50 Downloads
Franklin Allen, Elena Carletti, Itay Goldstein and Agnese Leonello
Systemic Risk and Managerial Incentives in the Dodd-Frank Orderly Liquidation Authority pp. 51-94 Downloads
Joshua Mitts
Regulating Sovereign Wealth Funds to Avoid Investment Protectionism pp. 95-134 Downloads
Georges Kratsas and Jon Truby
Halliburton II: What It’s All About pp. 135-142 Downloads
Merritt B. Fox
Sovereign Debt Litigation in Argentina: Implications of the Pari Passu Default pp. 143-148 Downloads
Julian Schumacher
Public Enforcement of Market Abuse Bans. The ECtHR Grande Stevens Decision pp. 149-158 Downloads
Matteo Gargantini
Judge Jed Rakoff and Law’s Penumbra pp. 159-163 Downloads
Claire A. Hill
Alternative Investment Markets under Criticism: Reasons to be Worried? Lessons from Gowex pp. 164-168 Downloads
Aurelio Gurrea Martínez
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