Law and Policy in International Business

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 3, Spring

Expanding the Reach of the United States Securities Laws
I. INTRODUCTION The Second Circuit's recent decision in Alfadda v. Fenn(1) (Alfadda) illustrates that extraterritorial application of United States securities laws remains a controversial issue.(2) Not only do the circuits vary in their treatment...
Material Retardation Standard in the U.S. Antidumping Law
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction 837 II. Legislative History and Underlying Policy of the Material Retardation Standard 842 A. The Antidumping Act of 1916 ...
The International Rating Game: An Analysis of the Liability of Rating Agencies in Europe, England, and the United States
I. INTRODUCTION In the business of debt and securities rating, the reliability of the agency rating is all important. Of the numerous rating agencies which exist,(1) only a hallowed few have a reputation for virtually unabridged reliability....
Transferring the "People's Livelihood" to the People: An Evaluation of Taiwan's Privatization Drive
INTRODUCTION The Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan(1) has now emerged as one of the world's most dynamic market economies and is rapidly closing the income gap that has separated it from developed economies.(2) Although Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang...
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