Yale Journal on Regulation

Yale Journal on Regulation is an academic journal focusing on Regulation

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer

A Proposal to Revise the SEC Instructions for Reporting Waivers of Corporate Codes of Ethics for Conflicts of Interest
Enron's collapse focused attention on its application of its Code of Ethics to related-party transactions. That focus produced section 406 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which attempts to regulate conflicts of interest between officers and their...
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Property without Possession
This Article examines the definition of water rights in western water law and explores the relationship between that definition and the inefficiencies of the current doctrinal regime, as well as the current system's inability to accommodate increasingly...
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The End of Corporate Governance Law: Optimizing Regulatory Structures for a Race to the Top
The pernicious influence of politics continues to pollute corporate governance applicable to public corporations in the United States. In particular, the political process has yielded a corporate governance regime that simultaneously imposes excessive...
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Variation in the Intensity of Financial Regulation: Preliminary Evidence and Potential Implications
How intensively should financial markets be regulated? Given the talk of regulatory convergence in financial markets, one would think that this is a question on which there would be a robust academic literature with clear implications as to how a particular...
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