Regulatory change requires companies to implement systems to analyze regulation.
An SEC Commissioner and former Chief Economist explain the role of economic analysis in rulemaking.
The SEC’s new money market rule may actually increase the run risk for some funds.
Policymakers should use statistical prediction to analyze social trends and prevent crises before they strike.
Scholar analyzes the relationship between financial systems, crises, and regulation.
Regulators should provide more stringent monitoring of bank securitization and CEO compensation.
Federal prosecutors have made a subtle but important shift over the last 30 years to prosecuting companies and institutions.
Alternative priorities and government ties to the conditions that caused the financial crisis could explain the lack of prosecutions.
The DOJ has excused the failure to prosecute high-level individuals for fraud on one or more of three grounds.
If the Great Recession was caused by fraud, the failure to prosecute those responsible is an egregious failure.
The Regulatory Review features the remarks of Judge Jed S. Rakoff, delivered at the Institute for Law and Economics’s Distinguished Jurist Lecture.
IMF study stresses need for structural bank reforms to prevent future bailouts.