29 Yale J. on Reg. [i] (2012)

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Regulation
Volume 29, Number 1                Winter 2012
Adam B. Badawi
Self-Help and the Rules of Engagement       ..........    ................ 1
Yair Listokin
Equity, Efficiency, and Stability: The Importance of
Macroeconomics for Evaluating Income Tax Policy     ................45
Michael S. Barr
The Financial Crisis and the Path of Reform ..................... 91
Randall D. Guynn
Are Bailouts Inevitable?................................... 121
Adam J. Levitin, Andrey D. Pavlov & Susan M. Wachter
The Dodd-Frank Act and Housing Finance: Can It Restore
Private Risk Capital to the Securitization Market?  ...........   155
Eugene A. Ludwig
Assessment of Dodd-Frank Financial Regulatory Reform: Strengths,
Challenges, and Opportunities for a Stronger Regulatory System.............. 181
Note
Danieli Evans
Concrete Private Interest in Regulatory Enforcement:
Tradable Environmental Resource Rights as a Basis for Standing.............201
Comment
Benjamin Zimmer
Unlikely Bedfellows: The Coase Theorem,
Bankruptcy Liquidations, and the Audubon String Quartet...... ...... 245
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 29 YALE J. ON REG. _  (2012).
Copyright 0 2012 by Yale Journal on Regulation. No claim to original U.S. government works.

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