Vol. 41 Nbr. 2, January - January 2016
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- Ending executive manipulations of incentive compensation.
- Transcending regulatory fragmentation and the construction of an economy-society discourse: implications for regulatory policy derived from a functional approach to understanding shadow banking.
- The corporate governance obsession.
- What structural presumption? Reuniting evidence and economics on the role of market concentration in horizontal merger analysis.
- Knowledge is not necessarily power: sandbagging in New York M&A transactions.
- Privacy piracy: the shortcomings of the United States' data privacy regime and how to fix it.
- Caught on the wrong side of the line: an examination of the relationship between the payday loan industry and American Indian tribal sovereignty.