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VOLUME 95            JUNE 2009          ISSUE 4

Virginia Law Review 95:4 (June 2009)

Symposium Issue: The SEC in a Time of Discontinuity

The SEC in a Time of Discontinuity: Introduction to Virginia Law Review Symposium

Joel Seligman

ARTICLES

The Race for the Bottom in Corporate Governance

Frank H. Easterbrook

Redesigning the SEC: Does the Treasury Have a Better Idea?

John C. Coffee, Jr. and Hillary A. Sale

Top Cop or Regulatory Flop? The SEC at 75 Jill E. Fisch
Commentary On Redesigning The Sec: Does The Treasury Have A Better Idea? Steven M.H. Wallman
Securities Law and the New Deal Justices A.C. Pritchard and Robert B. Thompson

ESSAY

The Securities Laws and the Mechanics of Legal Change

Barry Cushman

ARTICLES

Coping in a Global Marketplace: Survival Strategies for a 75-Year-Old SEC

James D. Cox

Treatment Differences and Political Realities in the GAAP-IFRS Debate

William W. Bratton and Lawrence A. Cunningham

The SEC, Retail Investors, and the Institutionalization of the Securities Markets Donald C. Langevoort

ESSAYS

Whither the SEC Now?

Brian G. Cartwright

A Requiem for the Retail Investor?

Alicia Davis Evans

–Ann Bartow

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