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Regulating by Example

Susan C. Morse & Leigh Osofsky

Stock Market Manipulation and Its Regulation

Merritt B. Fox, Lawrence B. Glosten & Gabriel V. Rauterberg

Resolving the Crisis in U.S. Merger Regulation

Dan Awrey, Blanaid Clarke & Sean J. Griffith

Containing Systemic Risk By Taxing Banks Properly

Mark Roe & Michael Troege

Dysfunctional Delegation

Hannah J. Wiseman

Note

Credit Default Swaps on Municipal Bonds

Ming Wang

Comment

Diagramming Interpretation

James Durling

Notice & Comment

To avoid a Senate filibuster, Republicans are using the reconciliation process to pass tax reform.  As part of their reconciliation instructions, Republicans allowed tax reform to increase the deficit by up to $1.5 trillion over the next ten years.  Even though tax reform can add to the deficit over the first ten years of the proposal, […]
“Republicans want to pay for a permanent corporate tax by taking insurance from millions of people. Is that who we are as a nation?” That’s the end of my latest op-ed in the Washington Post. Here’s the beginning. To finesse the tricky politics and brutal math of tax reform, Senate Republicans now say that they want to […]
The following post is from guest blogger Stephen F. Williams, a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. Yesterday I posted a brief discussion of Maklakov’s failure to seek solutions to the “ad law” problems of the Stolypin land reforms: administration by officials of the ministry of internal affairs who were […]
The following post is from guest blogger Stephen F. Williams, a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. My thanks to Professor Halabi for his thoughtful and discerning review.  I can only hope that reviews published in the wider world will share those qualities. But as a purpose of the blog […]

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