The COVID-19 public health emergency poses unique challenges to financial regulation and future policies.
The SEC should do more to support the use of innovative technologies by investors in capital markets.
Recent court decisions have set the stage for greater board accountability for corporate regulatory noncompliance.
To commemorate The Regulatory Review’s 10th anniversary, leading scholars and practitioners reflect on regulation’s past, present, and future.
Scholars argue that courts could interpret the Clayton Act to prevent mergers that result in lowering wages.
Applying behavioral economics to the study of regulation could help improve attitudes among business owners.
Scholars consider methods to regulate the practice of setting individualized prices based on personal data.
The Supreme Court reaffirms lower courts’ ability to claw-back profits from violators of securities laws.
Entity-level fines may not adequately deter corporate crime compared to other enforcement mechanisms.
The Federal Reserve should order banks to preserve capital by retaining earnings and halting all shareholder payouts.
Conflicting signals from public officials about when and how to restart the economy following the COVID-19 shutdown hardly inspire confidence.
As the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. economy, over ten million Americans filed for unemployment insurance.