25 Yale J. on Reg. [i] (2008)

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Regulation
Volume 25, Number 1                Winter 2008
Amitai Aviram
Counter-Cyclical Enforcement of Corporate Law  ................................................. 1
Sharon Hannes & Omri Yadlin
The SEC Regulation of Takeovers:
Some Doubts from a Game Theory
Perspective and a Proposal for Reform  .................................................... 35
Symposium: Reflections on Executive Order 13,422
Connor Raso
Introductory  Comm ent ...............................................................  77
Cary Coglianese
The Rhetoric and Reality of Regulatory Reform ........................ 85
Jerry L. Mashaw
Soft Law Reform or Executive Branch Hardball:
The Ambiguous Message of Executive Order 13,422 ................ 97
Paul R. Noe & John D. Graham
Due Process and Management for Guidance Documents:
Good  Governance Long  Overdue .................................................. 103
Roger G. Noll
The Economic Significance of Executive Order 13,422 ................ 113
Comment
George Stephanov Georgiev
The Reformed CFIUS Regulatory Framework:
Mediating Between Continued Openness to
Foreign  Investment and  National Security .................................................. 125
Yale Journal on Regulation                            ISSN 0741-9457
The views expressed in the articles herein are those of the authors and do not
necessarily reflect those of the Yale Journal on Regulation staff or of Yale
University and its affiliated institutions.
This issue should be cited as 25 YALE J. ON REG. __ (2008).
Copyright  2008 by Yale Journal on Regulation. No claim to original U S. government works.

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