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    • Consumer Financial Protection 

      Campbell, John Y.; Jackson, Howell Edmunds; Madrian, Brigitte C.; Tufano, Peter (American Economic Association, 2011)
      The recent financial crisis has led many to question how well businesses deliver services and how well regulatory institutions address problems in consumer financial markets. This paper discusses consumer financial regulation, ...
    • Lobbyists as Imperfect Agents: Implications for Public Policy in a Pluralist System 

      Stephenson, Matthew Caleb; Jackson, Howell Edmunds (Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2010)
      Interest group pluralism presumes that public policy outcomes are determined principally through a contest for influence among organized pressure groups. Most interest groups, however, do not represent themselves in this ...
    • Markets as Regulators: A Survey 

      Gadinis, Stavros; Jackson, Howell Edmunds (University of South California Law Center, 2007)
      Stock exchanges around the world have recently discarded their traditional mutual membership structure in favor of a for-profit corporate format. This development increased fears of conflicts of interest, as for-profit ...
    • Public and Private Enforcement of Securities Laws: Resource-Based Evidence 

      Roe, Mark J.; Jackson, Howell Edmunds (Simon Business School. University of Rochester., 2009)
      Ascertaining which enforcement mechanisms work to protect investors has been both a focus of recent work in academic finance and an issue for policy-making at international development agencies. According to recent academic ...
    • Regulation in a Multisectored Financial Services Industry: An Exploratory Essay 

      Jackson, Howell Edmunds (1999)
      This Article reviews differences in regulatory structure across sectors of the financial services industry in the United States and then explores the difficulties these differences pose to our current system of regulation ...
    • The Regulation of Consumer Financial Products: An Introductory Essay with Four Case Studies 

      Cambpbell, John Y.; Jackson, Howell Edmunds; Madrian, Brigitte; Tufano, Peter (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2010)
      The recent financial crisis has led many to question how well businesses deliver consumer financial services and how well regulatory institutions address problems in consumer financial markets. In response, the Obama ...
    • A System of Selective Substitute Compliance 

      Jackson, Howell Edmunds (Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2007)