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47 Cornell Int'l L.J. [i] (2014)

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LAW JOURNAL

Volume 47                 Winter 2014                 Number 1
2013 SYMPOSIUM
THE CHANGING POLITICS OF CENTRAL BANKS
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
International Cooperation in Central Banking
Daniel K. Tarullo                                         1
ARTICLES
Communicative Imperatives in Central Banks
Douglas R. Holmes                                       15
Managing Regulatory Arbitrage: A Conflict of Laws Approach
Annelise Riles                                          63
NOTES
A Jury for Israel?: Determining When a Lay Jury System is Ideal
in a Heterogeneous Country
Steven J. Colby                                        121
Financial Services ADR: What the United States Could Learn
From South Africa
Byron Crowe II                                         145
Inadequate Monitoring and Enforcement in the Nigerian Oil
Industry: The Case of Shell and Ogoniland
Barisere Rachel Konne                                  181
Does China Need Good Samaritan Laws to Save Yue Yue?
Mengyun Tang                                           205

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