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Kenneth W. Dam : Courses and Seminars

International Finance
LAWS 48901
Today the volume of international financial flows far exceeds the volume of international trade. This seminar addresses the international regulatory aspects of U. S. domestic banking and security markets and contrasts them with foreign markets. The focus is on U.S., European, and other regulatory systems and the role of international financial institutions. In addition to introductory material on U.S. banking and securities regulation, foreign exchange markets, and the growth of Eurocurrency markets, two particularly current topics will be addressed: (1) international regulatory aspects of the recent international financial crisis and (2) changes in U.S. law made or under consideration to respond to that crisis. Special attention will be paid to the "Euro problem" and to Chinese financial markets. The grade is based on a final written paper.
Autumn 2014
Kenneth W. Dam