Georgetown Journal of International Law
Volume 45, Issue 4
Summer 2014
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Title Page
What Is "Financial Stability"? The Need for Some Common Language in International Financial Regulation
Hilary J. Allen
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Financial Services in the TTIP: Making the Prudential Exception Work
Inu Barbee and Simon Lester
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Who's in Charge of Global Finance?
Michael S. Barr
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With This Ring, I Thee Fence: How Europe's Ringfencing Proposal Compares with U.S. Ringfencing Measures
Winthrop N. Brown
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The Banking Union: Flawed by Design
Jens Dammann
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International Coordination of Macroprudential and Monetary Policy
Daniel Heath
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The Foundations of Regulatory Convergence and Divergence between the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank
Kathryn C. Lavelle
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A Bit of a Problem: National and Extraterritorial Regulation of Virtual Currency in the Age of Financial Disintermediation
Isaac Pflaum and Emmeline Hateley
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International Financial Regulation Through the G20: The Proprietary Trading Case Study
Stacy Goto Grant
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Private Party Standing in the WTO: Towards Judicialization of WTO Decisions in U.S. Courts
Kohshi Arnold Itagaki
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The Global Financial Crisis and the Transnational Anti-Corruption Regime: A Call For Regulation of the World Bank's Lending Practices
Paul Sarlo
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Missing the Mark on Mark-to-Market: The Arguments Against the Camp Plan to Require Mark-to-Market Accounting for Non-traded Speculative Derivatives
Robert D. "Bodie" Stewart
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