The stock market crash of 1987 combined with scandals in the world's major financial centres has focused both public and academic attention on the importance of regulation. David Gowland critically appraises the methods of regulating financial markets describing their strengths and limitations. He considers the nature of regulation illustrating the argument with references to financial centres throughout the world. Special emphasis is placed on the impact of financial innovation, internationalisation and Black Monday.
The Regulation of Financial Markets in the 1990s
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