Innovation And The State
Finance, Regulation, And Justice
In Innovation and the State, Cristie Ford examines the problem of innovation and its relationship to flexible regulation.
|Titel:||Innovation And The State|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||01|
|Afmetingen:||153 x 227 x 23|
Cristie Ford is Associate Professor and Director at the Centre for Business Law, Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia. She is an internationally recognised scholar in the fields of financial regulation and regulatory theory. She has written, lectured and consulted extensively on financial regulation and was previously editor of the journal Regulation and Governance. She is also a co-author of the leading securities regulation text in Canada.
'Many scholars, including Cristie Ford, have analyzed particular aspects of these phenomena, and how they matter to business and financial policy. What no one has done before, is build a broad philosophical construct for assessing these phenomena, so that policy makers might produce innovation-ready financial regulation. Professor Ford addresses regulatory design and structure, adaptability, and our own assumptions in ways that should help academics and policy makers think more precisely about optimal financial regulation in the future.' Frank Partnoy, University of San Diego, School of Law
1. Innovation as a regulatory challenge: four stories; 2. The history and rots of flexible regulation; 3. Flexible regulation: key scholarship; 4. Flexible regulation scholarship, 1980–2012; 5. Flexible regulation and ideology; 6. Innovation as regulatory subject; 7. Seismic innovation; 8. Innovation as sedimentary layers; 9. Conclusion.
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