The recent financial crisis has cast in sharp relief the intertwined dynamics of both coordination and conflict in the international legal order. Across varied regulatory spheres, attempts to respond to the crisis have necessitated a negotiation of the balance between cooperation and competition in a global marketplace.This panel will explore the implications of the financial crisis for competition among exchanges for securities listings, and of harmonization of international accounting standards and derivatives regulation. The panel will also examine other reforms, including an alternative global reserve currency. The panel will highlight the dynamics of coordination and conflict in reforming the architecture of global finance.Moderator: Anupam Chander, University of California, Davis-School of LawPanelists:Robert B. Ahdieh, Emory UniversityDonald C. Langevoort, Georgetown University Law CenterBarbara C. Matthews, BCM International Regulatory Analytics LLCJoel Trachtman, Tufts Universitymoreless
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