Scholars argue that Basel III Accords limited economic fallout from COVID-19.
Scholar presents regulatory solutions to problems posed by using AI to determine credit scores.
Scholar argues that pension fund managers have pitted vulnerable retirees against marginalized communities.
Experts examine how regulatory policies disproportionately affect communities of color.
The CFPB has the power to curtail the use of forced arbitration clauses that hinder consumer rights.
To experiment with regulatory sandboxes, Congress must address the fragmentation of financial regulation.
Experts discuss the future of sustainability in financial regulation.
Scholar recommends that regulators incorporate principles of distributive justice into credit markets.
Scholar argues that U.S. financial regulators need a revived research agency.
Distributed ledger technology can facilitate more efficient and reliable carbon credit markets.
Regulators around the world struggle to promote fintech innovation while limiting financial risk.
As decentralized finance projects eliminate the need for financial intermediaries, regulators may need to fundamentally rethink their approach.