50 Ga. L. Rev. [i] (2015-2016)

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   GEORGIA LAW REVIEW


VOLUME 50               FALL 2015                NUMBER 1


                      SYMPOSIUM
               FINANCIAL REGULATION:
           REFLECTIONS AND PROJECTIONS

Introduction  .................................................................... ..Usha  Rodrigues  i
                                       Mehrsa Baradaran

Keynote Reflections: The
  Public Governance Duty ....................................... Steven L. Schwarcz  1


THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF FINANCIAL REGULATION
  Politics in Securities Enforcement ............................ Urska Velikonja 17

  The Financial Industry's Plan for Resolving
  Failed Megabanks Will Ensure Future
  Bailouts for Wall Street .............................. Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. 43


RISK MANAGEMENT AND REGULATORY OVERSIGHT
  Bank Regulation and Securitization: How the
  Law Improved Transmission Lines
  Between Real Estate and Banking Crises ............. Erik F. Gerding 89
  Cyber Risks: Emerging Risk Management
  Concerns for Financial Institutions .................. Kristin N. Johnson 131

  Regulating Angels .................................... Heidi Mandanis Schooner 143

  The Risks of Shadow Insurance .............................. Daniel Schwarcz 163


THE THEORY AND STRUCTURE OF FINANCIAL REGULATORY
AGENCIES
  From Fedspeak to Forward Guidance:
  Regulatory Dimensions of Central
  Bank Communications ......................................... Robert B. Ahdieh  213

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