Vol. 158 Nbr. 7, June 2010
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- Lying and getting caught: an empirical study of the effect of securities class action settlements on targeted firms.
- Paying for long-term performance.
- Rethinking the regulation of securities intermediaries.
- Do class action lawyers make too little?
- Credit default swap spreads as viable substitutes for credit ratings.
- Reading Stoneridge carefully: a duty-based approach to reliance and third-party liability under rule 10B-5.
- The multienforcer approach to securities fraud deterrence: a critical analysis.