More Security Through Jurisdictional Competition

by Don Boudreaux on October 10, 2009

in Competition, Complexity & Emergence, Law, Regulation

My friend, law-school classmate, and long-ago co-author Adam Pritchard – now Professor of Law at the University of Michigan – explains in the new issue of Regulation why London’s once-impressive promise in competing against New York to again become the financial center of the world is fading.  (Adam also highlights some ill unintended consequences of Sarbanes-Oxley.)

You can find Adam’s excellent article here, in pdf form, for downloading.

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