1 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. i (2011)

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BUSINESS 'LAW
REVIEW
Volume 1, Issue 1                                     Spring 2011
FOREWORD
Lucian  A. Bebchuk  ................................................ V
ON THE DODD-FRANK AcT
U.S. Rep. Edolphus  Ed Towns  ....................................  vii
ON THE DODD-FRANK Acr
U.S. Rep. Bobby  L  Rush  ...........................................  xi
Articles
DERIVATIVES AND THE LEGAL ORIGIN OF THE 2008 CREDIT CRISIS
Lynn  A .  Stout ................................................. 1
THE VOLCKER RULE AND EVOLVING FINANCIAL MARKETS
Charles  K. Whitehead  .........................................  39
REGULATING MONEY CREATION AFTER THE CRISIS
M organ  Ricks  ................................................  75
TRANSPARENCY AND CONFIDENTIALITY IN THE POST FINANCIAL CRISIS
WORLD-WHERE TO STRIKE THE BALANCE?
Annette L. Nazareth and Margaret E. Tahyar ...................  145
THE DODD-FRANK EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION PROVISION: WAS IT
EFFECTIVE, NEEDED OR SUFFICIENT?
Richard  W . Painter  ...........................................  195
RATINGS REFORM: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
John  C. Coffee, Jr  ............................................  231
Notes
FDICIA v. DODD-FRANK: UNLEARNED LESSONS ABOUT REGULATORY
FORBEARANCE
Jonathan  M . Edwards .........................................  279
SECURITIZATION REFORM: A COASEAN COST ANALYSIS
Aron  M . Zuckerman  ..........................................  303

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