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Edward Stringham | Private Governance Book Panel
 
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Are all of the rules and regulations governing economic activity a product of central planning or legislation? To what extent does privately produced and enforced governance play a role? In his latest book, Edward Stringham argues that much of what is orderly in the economy can actually be attributed to governing mechanisms devised and enforced by private groups and individuals. We will be pleased to hear from author Edward Stringham, as well as panel chair Peter Boettke, and commenters Jason Brennan and Bruce Benson. Edward Stringham is Davis Professor of Economic Organizations and Innovation at Trinity College. His research examines the efficacy of self-governance versus central planning and how self-governance provides order in instances where government enforcement cannot. Dr. Stringham is the editor of two books and the author of more than two dozen articles in refereed journals, including Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, and Public Choice. Peter Boettke is University Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University, the BB&T Professor for the Study of Capitalism, and the director of the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He specializes in Austrian economics, economic history, institutional analysis, public choice, and social change. Jason Brennan is Associate Professor of Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy at the McDonough School of Business, and by courtesy, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University. He was formerly assistant professor of Philosophy at Brown University. He has written numerous books and articles on political philosophy, applied and normative ethics, and economics. Bruce Benson is Devoe L. Moore Professor and Distinguished Research Professor, chair of the Economics Department, and a courtesy Professor of Law at Florida State University. Professor Benson has published more than 120 academic articles, contributed more than 60 chapters to edited volumes, written four books, and edited another. His research interests include, but are not limited to, spatial microeconomics, drug policy, and American antitrust law. http://www.mercatus.org Stay Connected Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mercatuscenter/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mercatus Email: http://www.mercatus.org/newsletters
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MIT Bitcoin Expo 2018 - Governance, Regulations, Governments
 
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Michael Casey Jerry Brito Gary Gensler Patrick Murck
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What is GLOBAL GOVERNANCE? What does GLOBAL GOVERNANCE mean? GLOBAL GOVERNANCE meaning
 
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What is GLOBAL GOVERNANCE? What does GLOBAL GOVERNANCE mean? GLOBAL GOVERNANCE meaning - GLOBAL GOVERNANCE definition - GLOBAL GOVERNANCE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Global governance or world governance is a movement towards political integration of transnational actors aimed at negotiating responses to problems that affect more than one state or region. It tends to involve institutionalization. These institutions of global governance—the United Nations, the International Criminal Court, the World Bank, etc.—tend to have limited or demarcated power to enforce compliance. The modern question of world governance exists in the context of globalization and globalizing regimes of power: politically, economically and culturally. In response to the acceleration of interdependence on a worldwide scale, both between human societies and between humankind and the biosphere, the term "global governance" may also be used to name the process of designating laws, rules, or regulations intended for a global scale. Global governance is not a singular system. There is no "world government" but the many different regimes of global governance do have commonalities: “ While the contemporary system of global political relations is not integrated, the relation between the various regimes of global governance is not insignificant, and the system does have a common dominant organizational form. The dominant mode of organization today is bureaucratic rational – regularized, codified and rational. It is common to all modern regimes of political power and frames the transition from classical sovereignty to what David Held describes as the second regime of sovereignty – liberal international sovereignty. In a simple and broad-based definition of world governance, the term is used to designate all regulations intended for organization and centralization of human societies on a global scale. Forum for a New World Governance ; Reasons for this Forum for a new World Governance Traditionally, government has been associated with "governing," or with political authority, institutions, and, ultimately, control. Governance however denotes formal political institutions that aim to coordinate and control independent social relations, and that have the ability to enforce, by force, their decisions. However, authors like James Rosenau have also used "governance" to denote the regulation of interdependent relations in the absence of an overarching political authority, such as in the international system. Some now speak of the development of "global public policy". Adil Najam, a scholar on the subject at the Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University has defined global governance simply as "the management of global processes in the absence of global government." According to Thomas G. Weiss, director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at the Graduate Center (CUNY) and editor (2000–05) of the journal Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, "'Global governance'—which can be good, bad, or indifferent—refers to concrete cooperative problem-solving arrangements, many of which increasingly involve not only the United Nations of states but also 'other UNs,' namely international secretariats and other non-state actors." In other words, global governance refers to the way in which global affairs are managed. The definition is flexible as to scope; it applies whether the subject is general (e.g. global security and order) or specific (e.g. the WHO Code on the Marketing of Breast Milk Substitutes). It is flexible enough as to reach; it applies whether the participation is bilateral (e.g. an agreement to regulate usage of a river flowing in two countries), function-specific (e.g. a commodity agreement), regional (e.g. the Treaty of Tlatelolco), or global (e.g. the NPT). These "cooperative problem-solving arrangements" may be formal, taking the shape of laws or formally constituted institutions for a variety of actors (such as state authorities, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector entities, other civil society actors, and individuals) to manage collective affairs. They may also be informal (as in the case of practices or guidelines) or ad hoc entities (as in the case of coalitions).
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Company regulation & directors' duties - New Law Journal
 
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Ten minute clip from New Law Journal's Company regulation & directors' duties on 3rd June 2010. No cost to view the full newscast. Panel participants: • Carol Shutkever, Herbert Smith • Lucy Fergusson, Linklaters. • Frances Le Grys, Hogan Lovells Topics covered include: • The overhauling of the Combined Code and the spectre of annual director re-election • The post Walker landscape -- practical observations • The growing trend in shareholder engagement • Directors' duties and derivative actions: lessons to be learned from the case-law so far. To view the panel discussion please go to: http://www.lexisauditorium.com/coregs
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Aboriginal Title and Provincial Regulation: The Impact of Tsilhqot'in Nation v BC
 
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In partnership with the Centre for Global Studies and the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, UVic Law presents this two-hour panel discussion and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course on this case of national significance. Panelists include: Jay Nelson (General Counsel to the Tsilhqot'in Nation, Associate Counsel at Woodward & Company), Krista Robertson (Lawyer at JFK Law Corporation with expertise in Aboriginal Rights Law) and Dr. John Borrows (Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law at the University of Victoria).
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Franchise Law Symposium | Observations on the International Regulation Franchising
 
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On May 9, 2014, Stanford's Journal of Law, Business & Finance (SJLBF) hosted the 2014 Franchise Law Symposium "Reflection on the Amended FTC Rule Seven Years Later." Philip F. Zeldman presented on "With the Best of Intentions: Observations on the International Regulation Franchising."
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Gearty Grilling: Jon Danielsson on Financial Regulation
 
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Dr Jon Danielsson, Reader in Finance and Director of the Systemic Risk Centre, discusses financial risk and regulation.
Joseph E. Stiglitz: Meeting the Challenges of Global Governance in the 21st Century
 
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The global financial crisis reflects a failure of global economic governance. The failure of America's regulatory system has not only ramifications for the American economy, but for the global economy. It is clear that the banks' risk management systems could not even protect their own shareholders, let alone the well-being of the global economy. What went wrong? Where did the global financial regulators fail? What can we do to minimize the downturn? And what, if anything, can we do to prevent a recurrence? What are the lessons for global governance in the 21st Century? About the speaker: Joseph E. Stiglitz is University Professor at Columbia University in New York and Chair of Columbia University's Committee on Global Thought. He is also the co-founder and Executive Director of the Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia. In 2001, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics for his analyses of markets with asymmetric information. Stiglitz helped create a new branch of economics, "The Economics of Information," exploring the consequences of information asymmetries and pioneering such pivotal concepts as adverse selection and moral hazard, which have now become standard tools not only of theorists, but of policy analysts. His work has helped explain the circumstances in which markets do not work well, and how selective government intervention can improve their performance. Recognized around the world as a leading economic educator, he has written textbooks that have been translated into more than a dozen languages. He founded one of the leading economics journals, The Journal of Economic Perspectives. His book, Globalization and Its Discontents, (W.W. Norton June 2001) has been translated into 35 languages and has sold more than one million copies worldwide. Most recently, he has written The Three Trillion Dollar War: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict with Linda J. Bilmes, published by WW Norton in March 2008. Date/Time: Thursday 1 May 2008, 11.30am to 1pm Venue: Sheldonian Theatre
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Capital Markets Law Journal: The Eurozone
 
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Jeffrey Golden, Lachlan Burn, and Mitu Gulati discuss the recent financial problems in the Eurozone. http://cmlj.oxfordjournals.org/
Assessing Abe's Third Arrow: Corporate Governance Reform in Japan
 
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As doubts persist about the progress of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s “third arrow” structural reforms to lift the Japanese economy, corporate governance is one area where change has been visible over the past three years: a new Stewardship Code for institutional investors, a Corporate Governance Code for companies themselves, a new JPX-Nikkei 400 index with minimum ROE and independent director requirements for inclusion, and efforts to increase the number of women on corporate boards and in senior management. How will these changes affect the performance of Japanese companies? What are the implications for the Japanese economy and for the success of Abenomics? What more could be done? As part of our continuing examination of major trends in the world's third-largest economy, the CSIS Simon Chair will host experts from government, business, and academia to discuss Japan's recent corporate governance reforms. Please join us for a reception on the Sam Nunn Terrace immediately following the event. AGENDA 3:00-4:00 pm What's Happening and Why: A Discussion with Experts Featuring: Kanji Yamanouchi Minister for Economic Affairs, Embassy of Japan Curtis J. Milhaupt Parker Professor of Comparative Corporate Law and Fuyo Professor of Japanese Law, Columbia University of Law School Alicia Ogawa Director, Program on Alternative Investments, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia University Moderated by: Matthew P. Goodman Senior Adviser for Asian Economics; Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS 4:00-5:15 pm A CEO Conversation Featuring: Junichi Ujiie Senior Advisor to the Board, Nomura Holdings, Inc. and former Chairman, Japan-U.S. Business Council Jonathan Kindred CEO, Morgan Stanley Japan Charles Lake President, Aflac International and Chairman, Aflac Japan Moderated by: Jacob Schlesinger Financial Regulation Editor and former Tokyo Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal 5:15-6:30 pm Reception Please RSVP to [email protected] Programs SIMON CHAIR IN POLITICAL ECONOMY Topics TRADE AND ECONOMICS Regions ASIA, JAPAN
Dan Klein | Economists on the Welfare and Regulatory States | EJW Panel
 
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The welfare state and the regulatory state are two policy areas that rarely elicit converging positions, but is it possible to find an economist who defies this pattern? In the January 2015 issue of Econ Journal Watch, Chief Editor Daniel Klein has prompted contributors and scholars to consider why so few economists argue in favor of one and against the other, and whether they can think of some economists who have done so. *** Daniel Klein is Professor of Economics and JIN Chair at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is also the chief editor of Econ Journal Watch and the leader of the Adam Smith Program among others at George Mason University. He has published research on a number of issues including spontaneous order, credit reporting, the FDA, government intervention and policy, and the relationship between liberty, dignity, and responsibility. Donald Boudreaux is Professor of Economics, Martha and Nelson Getchell Chair for the Study of Free Market Capitalism, and Senior Fellow with the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He specializes in globalization, trade, law and economics, and antitrust economics. He regularly posts on www.cafehayek.com and has recently published a book with the Fraser Institute titled The Essential Hayek. Scott Sumner is Professor of Economics at Bentley University and the Ralph G. Hawtrey Chair and Program Director of Monetary Policy at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He specializes in monetary policy, the role of the international gold market in the Great Depression, and the history of macroeconomic thought. In addition to regularly posting on www.themoneyillusion.com, he has been published in journals such as the Journal of Political Economy, Economic Inquiry, and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Jeremy Rabkin is Professor of Law at George Mason University. He is also currently on the Board of Directors for the United States Institute of Peace and the Center for Individual Rights, and the Board of Academic Advisors for the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy and American Enterprise Institute. Prior to joining George Mason University, he was a professor in the Department of Government at Cornell University from 1980 – 2007 and a visiting professor in the Department of Government at Harvard University in 1993. http://www.mercatus.org Stay Connected Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mercatuscenter/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mercatus Email: http://www.mercatus.org/newsletters http://www.mercatus.org Stay Connected Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mercatuscenter/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mercatus Email: http://www.mercatus.org/newsletters
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The Role Of Governance - Social Media For Manufacturers
 
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You must be aware of the impact of governance & regulation on your prospects' online usage, and how that effect your social media strategies and efforts.
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Economic Development, Innovation, Governance and Institutions: Adam Szirmai
 
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Professor Adam Szirmai, who co-runs our research theme on Economic Development, Innovation, Governance and Institutions, talks about our priorities, partners and expected impacts: http://www.merit.unu.edu/themes/3-economic-development-innovation-governance-and-institutions/ Transcript: I am one of the two coordinators of Research Theme 3: Economic Growth, Innovation, Governance and Institutions. I do this together with Theophile Azomahou. The focus of this research theme is the long run economic development in general but of course specifically of less developed countries in the process of catch-up and we're interested in understanding why some countries succeed in forging ahead and becoming emerging economies and at a later stage high-income economies but some other countries fall behind or stay behind. And we're interested in understanding the reasons for these diversions. I think that is one of the crucial elements of our discussion to understand why this happens and through this understanding, possibly what can be done about it. Now this research theme combines many different things. It focuses on the one hand on the study of growth in the long run but it also includes specifically the role of technological change in the process of growth, one of the old themes of UNU-MERIT. And it merges this with the new interests of the School of Governance focusing on Institutions and Governance, but not just as subjects in their own interest, but as parts of the longer process of growth. For instance we can look at better governance and better institutions as an outcome of the development process but we can also think of it as an input into the development process. And this brings us immediately to one of the most interesting empirical questions about causality, whether governance and institutions are drivers of growth or whether they simply come with successful growth experiences that as countries grow, they develop better governance and better institutions. So this is one of the major research areas, new research areas, which are part of this research programme. What are your methodologies? Well, we have a variety of methodologies in this research theme, which run all the way from formal modeling, as done among others by people like Adriaan van Zon, to econometrics focusing on longer growth experiences but also statistical historical studies of specific countries or specific regions. For instance we're doing quite a lot of work on Latin America, we have PhD projects focusing on Brazil, Mexico and Chile and another PhD project focusing on industrialization in Mexico, but we also do quite a lot of work focusing on China and on Asia. Another set of projects focuses on growth and technological change in the African context. So we have a very broad comparative perspective, combining I would say these three approaches: macro-modeling, econometric analysis and statistical country studies. In all these approaches, our approach is macro. So we don't use in this research theme micro data, we focus in sectoral data, national data, preferably spanning 20-30-40 years or even longer. Who are your partners? Well, we have a variety of cooperation which really differs from researcher to researcher. For instance, we have a long standing cooperation with UNIDO about industrial development and structural change, one of the important sub-themes [structural change] of this larger research theme. There for instance we are consulting on industrial development reports, we are writing reports on the emergence of the BRICS, we have done joint projects on industrial experiences in different parts of the world. We've also done work related to this topic for the international finance corporation in Washington or the Dutch Ministry of Development and Cooperation in the Netherlands. What are your outputs? First and foremost we would like to publish in excellent academic journals. So I think we encourage all our researchers to really publish their results and get recognition in that way. But we are also oriented towards a policy debate, the debate of developments in Africa, in Latin America, in Asia and in the global economy. And there we encourage our researchers to, well, engage with our external partners in different countries. For instance in every of our DEIP courses we use the results of our research on growth to develop specific recommendations for regions and countries engaging in debate with policy makers in those countries. So I would say those are the two main outputs, academic publications on the one hand and on the other hand, engaging in dialogue with policy makers about growth and catch-up in the developing world.
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HLS Library Book Talk | Anthea Roberts, "Is International Law International?"
 
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Anthea Roberts is Associate Professor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University. She specializes in public international law, investment treaty law and arbitration, and comparative international law. Anthea previously taught at the London School of Economics as well as Columbia and Harvard Law Schools. Book talk panelists include Professor Naz Modirzadeh and Professor Mark Wu. This talk is co-sponsored by the Harvard International Law Journal.
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Scott Sumner | Economists on the Welfare and Regulatory States | EJW Panel
 
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The welfare state and the regulatory state are two policy areas that rarely elicit converging positions, but is it possible to find an economist who defies this pattern? In the January 2015 issue of Econ Journal Watch, Chief Editor Daniel Klein has prompted contributors and scholars to consider why so few economists argue in favor of one and against the other, and whether they can think of some economists who have done so. *** Daniel Klein is Professor of Economics and JIN Chair at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He is also the chief editor of Econ Journal Watch and the leader of the Adam Smith Program among others at George Mason University. He has published research on a number of issues including spontaneous order, credit reporting, the FDA, government intervention and policy, and the relationship between liberty, dignity, and responsibility. Donald Boudreaux is Professor of Economics, Martha and Nelson Getchell Chair for the Study of Free Market Capitalism, and Senior Fellow with the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He specializes in globalization, trade, law and economics, and antitrust economics. He regularly posts on www.cafehayek.com and has recently published a book with the Fraser Institute titled The Essential Hayek. Scott Sumner is Professor of Economics at Bentley University and the Ralph G. Hawtrey Chair and Program Director of Monetary Policy at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He specializes in monetary policy, the role of the international gold market in the Great Depression, and the history of macroeconomic thought. In addition to regularly posting on www.themoneyillusion.com, he has been published in journals such as the Journal of Political Economy, Economic Inquiry, and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Jeremy Rabkin is Professor of Law at George Mason University. He is also currently on the Board of Directors for the United States Institute of Peace and the Center for Individual Rights, and the Board of Academic Advisors for the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy and American Enterprise Institute. Prior to joining George Mason University, he was a professor in the Department of Government at Cornell University from 1980 – 2007 and a visiting professor in the Department of Government at Harvard University in 1993. http://www.mercatus.org Stay Connected Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mercatuscenter/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mercatus Email: http://www.mercatus.org/newsletters
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The Use and Misuse of Rules:  Environmental Regulation Enforcement and Compliance in China
 
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This lecture will highlight several key characteristics of the Chinese governance system that are in potential conflict with sound principles for formulating and enforcing rules. The consequences of such conflicts are illustrated by examples in environmental regulation and compliance. Shui-Yan Tang is Frances R. and John J. Duggan Professor in Public Administration in the Sol Price School of Public Policy, and Research Director for the Judith and John Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise, University of Southern California. Professor Tang’s research focuses on institutional analysis and design, common-pool resource governance, environmental politics and policy, microfinance, collaborative governance, and governance reform. He is the author of Institutions and Collective Action: Self-Governance in Irrigation (ICS Press, 1992), Ten Principles for a Rule-ordered Society: Enhancing China’s Governing Capacity (China Economic Publishing House, 2012), and (with Carlos Lo) Institutions, Regulatory Styles, Society, and Environmental Governance in China (Routledge, 2014). In addition, he has published over 60 journal articles. Professor Tang was an associate editor of the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, and he was elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration in 2009.
What Is The Role Of Independent Regulatory Agencies?
 
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Justin OBrien: Future of Financial Regulation
 
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About this Event 05 Nov 2009 @ 12:45 The Future of Financial Regulation: Retrieving the Meaning of Accountability in Capital Markets About the Speech: As the fallout of the financial crisis continues to devastate the real economy, the design of effective and flexible regulatory and corporate governance rules, principles and norms has become a global policy imperative. In this context, Prof. OBrien spoke of the need to shift from government to governance, to accountability, to responsibility, and finally to integrity, a process which requires inter-disciplinary collaboration and an application of behavioural economics. He argued that only by embedding integrity through design can the inevitable gaps in any new regulatory framework be adequately resolved. About the Speaker: Professor Justin OBrien has worked as a news journalist with the BBC and editor of television current affairs at UTV. He was appointed a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Governance, Queens University, Belfast in 2002 and subsequently moved to the Law School where he developed and ran the LLM in Corporate Governance and Public Policy. In August 2006, he was appointed Professor of Corporate Governance in the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the Australian National University. Professor O'Brien has published many books, journals and newspaper articles (including for the Irish Times, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. His most recent monograph, Engineering a Financial Bloodbath: How Sub-prime Securitization Destroyed the Legitimacy of Financial Capitalism, has just been published by Imperial College Press. His other books include Redesigning Financial Regulation: The Politics of Enforcement (2007); Private Equity, Corporate Governance and the Dynamics of Capital Market Regulation (ed.) (2007); and Governing The Corporation (ed.) (2005).
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Tourism Policy and Governance (Marion Joppe, 2018)
 
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Tourism Management Perspectives January 2018 Special Issue: Top Tourism Thoughts - https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/tourism-management-perspectives/vol/25/suppl/C Tourism policy and governance: Quo vadis? Marion Joppe Abstract: This is an opinion piece about research into tourism policy and governance to date and where future research should be undertaken. There is much greater need for policy relevant research that is clear about common definitions of terminology, adopts more consistent methodologies in data collection, challenges the dominant pro-growth rhetoric, and is written in a style accessible to policymakers. Researchers have long argued for a more meaningful role for host communities, but in a time of rapidly increasing tourism and the threat of overtourism in many destination “hot spots”, it is no longer an option to stifle their voices. Decisions related to goal-determination and the selection of methods to achieve the goal are referred to as policies. Although the term generally refers to a decision or action, it actually can also be a negative decision or even a non-action/non-decision. Policies are established in any kind of organization, but when we refer to “tourism policy”, we usually mean some form of “public policy” which relates specifically to government decisions at any level from local to international. Governance, on the other hand, is how organizations deal with reaching these decisions. So, while governance is a fairly straightforward concept, albeit with many challenges, tourism policy is not, largely because the term “policy” is very fuzzy and tourism is a social construct that refers to a specific behavior: that of traveling to and staying in places outside one's usual environment. This behavior is controlled by policies, legislation and regulations written for many other purposes, such as controlling or facilitating the flow of capital and investments, the transportation of passengers and goods, worker rights, safety and security, or environmental protection. And that's where the trouble starts, because really, the appropriate development of tourism is highly dependent on decision-makers who have little regard for or knowledge of, tourism. Access: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tmp.2017.11.011
Regulation in a 21st Century Economy
 
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In January, President Obama announced his regulatory agenda in a new executive order, "Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review." The order and the President's agenda emphasize a better balance between the costs of regulation and protecting consumers, workers, and the environment, for as President Obama wrote in his explanatory op-ed in the Wall Street Journal,"Sometimes, those rules have gotten out of balance, placing unreasonable burdens on business—burdens that have stifled innovation and have had a chilling effect on growth and jobs." The President's proposal for reform raises difficult questions. What steps are necessary to achieve real reform? What approach should policy makers take to implement regulatory reform? How will regulatory reform affect economic growth? At this half-day conference, policy makers, prominent regulatory scholars, and former regulators discussed these questions from the perspective of the economic impact of regulation—from the national level to the costs regulations impose on average people. After outlining the challenges of working within the current regulatory apparatus, they laid out actionable plans that establish that key balance between public well-being and economic competitiveness.
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Is the Law Society's Statement of Principles an unjustified form of compelled speech?
 
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This debate was recorded on January 13, 2018 at the Runnymede Society's 2018 Law and Freedom conference. DEBATE: Be it resolved that the Law Society's Statement of Principles is an unjustified form of compelled speech. PRO: Marni Soupcoff (writer, policy analyst), Bruce Pardy (Queen's University Faculty of Law). CON: Adam Goldenberg (McCarthy Tétrault), Renatta Austin (Renatta Austin Law) In a recent email to all lawyers and paralegals licensed in Ontario, the LSUC called the new requirement “mandatory,” describing it as follows: "You will need to create and abide by an individual Statement of Principles that acknowledges your obligation to promote equality, diversity and inclusion generally, and in your behaviour towards colleagues, employees, clients and the public. You will be asked to report on the creation and implementation of a Statement of Principles in your 2017 Annual Report." According to the Law Society, “[t]he intention of the statement of principles is to demonstrate a personal valuing of equality, diversity, and inclusion with respect to the employment of others, or in professional dealings with other licensees or any other person." Critics of this new mandatory requirement consider it a form of unconstitutional compelled speech and ultra vires of the law society's statutory purpose. Supporters of the new policy consider it a modest declaration of one of the many professional obligations already required in the profession. About the speakers: Renatta Austin is the owner of the Eglinton West Law Office, where she practices family and criminal law, with an emphasis on child welfare issues. Renatta appears in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice on a near-daily basis for both trial-level work and appeals. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Marni Soupcoff is a writer, policy analyst, and commentator. Her writing regularly appears in the National Post and Regulation magazine, and she has also been published in the Washington Post, New York Post, and Stanford Journal of International Law. She studied at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland and received her J.D. from Stanford University. She was previously Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation. Adam Goldenberg is a trial and appellate lawyer at McCarthy Tétrault LLP and an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Toronto. He has twice served as a judicial law clerk — first to the judges of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, and later to Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin at the Supreme Court of Canada. He acts in commercial disputes, class actions, and public law matters, as well as in criminal and regulatory proceedings. He also advises on a range of public policy issues at both the federal and provincial levels. Bruce Pardy, Professor of Law at Queen’s University, is a wandering hedgehog with interests in environmental governance, property and tort theory, human rights and freedoms, culture wars and the rule of law. He has taught at law schools in Canada, the United States and New Zealand, practiced litigation at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP in Toronto, served as adjudicator and mediator on the Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal, and is an occasional columnist for the National Post. Note: Votes taken both before and after the debate resulted in 85% in favour of the resolution and 15% opposed. However, many more people voted after the debate than voted before, so we can't accurately say how many 'hearts and minds' shifted! -
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Unintended Consequences of the New Financial Regulations
 
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Speaker(s): Dr Jon Danielsson, Professor Charles Goodhart, Matt King Chair: Professor Christopher Polk Recorded on 11 March 2013 in Old Theatre, Old Building. The first public event of the ESRC Systemic Risk Centre at LSE will debate whether the post crisis reforms of financial regulations will be effective in protecting us from financial excesses, or may perversely destabilise the financial system. The panel of experts will debate the topic and take questions from the audience. Jon Danielsson is the director of the Systemic Risk Centre at LSE. His research interests include financial stability, systemic risk, extreme market movements, market liquidity and financial crisis. He has published his research extensively in both academic journals and the mainstream media, and has presented his work at a number of universities and institutions. Charles Goodhart is emeritus professor of Banking and Finance with the Financial Markets Group at LSE, having previously, 1987-2005, been its deputy director. Until his retirement in 2002, he had been the Norman Sosnow Professor of Banking and Finance at LSE since 1985. Before then, he had worked at the Bank of England for seventeen years as a monetary adviser, becoming a chief adviser in 1980. In 1997 he was appointed one of the outside independent members of the Bank of England's new Monetary Policy Committee until May 2000. Earlier he had taught at Cambridge and LSE. Besides numerous articles, he has written a couple of books on monetary history; a graduate monetary textbook, Money, Information and Uncertainty (2nd Ed. 1989); two collections of papers on monetary policy, Monetary Theory and Practice (1984) and The Central Bank and The Financial System (1995); and a number of books and articles on Financial Stability, on which subject he was adviser to the Governor of the Bank of England, 2002-2004, and numerous other studies relating to financial markets and to monetary policy and history. His latest books include The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision: A History of the Early Years, 1974-1997, (2011), and The Regulatory Response to the Financial Crisis, (2009). Matt King is managing director and global head of Credit Products Strategy at Citi. His team is responsible for forming views and advising clients on the full spectrum of credit, across high grade, high yield, leveraged loan, structured, emerging and municipal bond markets. While the majority of clients are investors, he also deals frequently with issuers and regulators on everything from market direction to valuation to risk management. Matt King is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and has published extensively on credit markets over the past two decades. Some of his most widely referenced pieces include Are the brokers broken? (published two weeks before Lehman's bankruptcy), Buy the bubbles, sell the bath, and How much debt is too much debt? Prior to joining Citi in 2003, Mr King was head of European Credit Strategy at JPMorgan. He is British, and a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he read Social & Political Sciences.
Inside Story - Just how corrupt is Europe?
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe A new report by anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International says the relationships between businesses and governments are enabling corruption and undermining economic stability in Europe. It blames poor governance and lack of regulations on political lobbying for the eurozone's debt crisis. So just how corrupt is Europe? Guests: Chandu Krishnan, Meghnad Desai, Carl Haglund. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
Views: 16462 Al Jazeera English
WILLIAM K  BLACK: Republican Rank and File Line Up Against Financial Regulation
 
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William K. Black, J.D., Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Law and Economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Bill Black has testified before the Senate Agricultural Committee on the regulation of financial derivatives and House Governance Committee on the regulation of executive compensation. He was interviewed by Bill Moyers on PBS, which went viral. He gave an invited lecture at UCLA's Hammer Institute which, when the video was posted on the web, drew so many "hits" that it crashed the UCLA server. He appeared extensively in Michael Moore's most recent documentary: "Capitalism: A Love Story." He was featured in the Obama campaign release discussing Senator McCain's role in the "Keating Five." (Bill took the notes of that meeting that led to the Senate Ethics investigation of the Keating Five. His testimony was highly critical of all five Senators' actions.) He is a frequent guest on local, national, and international television and radio and is quoted as an expert by the national and international print media nearly every week. He was the subject of featured interviews in Newsweek, Barron's, and Village Voice.
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Julia Carboni, “Stakeholder Representation in Collaborative Governance”
 
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PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies. Julia Carboni, Assistant Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs at the Maxwell School will discuss her research on collaborative governance and stakeholder representation.
Welcome to Government Controlled Internet! Regulation Has Passed..
 
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From EXOMATRIXTV. What if abusive corporations control FCC just like the Big Pharma (Mafia) controls FDA ... Google suppressed (alternative) cures & when healing becomes a crime! They passed the bill allowing your isp to control EVERYTHING you do online, you have gmail but your isp doesn't like gmail so they block and/or charge you to use it basically forcing you to use the email client they have a partnership with. have a blog or website but dont want to pay the fees the bigger companies pay, expect massive lag making your website/blog slow or completely unusable. want to use facebook but your isp doesn't have a partnership with them expect to pay extra for every mb you use on facebook. this also effects your phone companies, like to use google maps but your phone company doesn't like google maps so they'll block it and force you to use their gps/map application. you want to tweet about how bad your isp sucks expect them to block your tweet/instant message/email/text message. the list goes ON AND ON!!!!!!!! WHEN YOU MESS WITH OUR JOB, OUR HOBBY, OUR PASSION, OUR FUTURES , AND OUR FREEDOM THAT'S WHEN YOUR COUNTRY GETS A LITTLE PISSED OFF MR. OBAMA. WE CANT LET THIS HAPPEN CALL/EMAIL/WRITE TO YOUR CONGRESSMAN IMMEDIATELY ABOUT THIS, the fcc could have reclassified and regulated these greedy corporations in an enforceable way, but instead, they sold out. This isn't Net Neutrality, this is a historic mistake. and they shall pay for what they've done. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an 'independent' (???) United States government agency. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will mark the winter solstice by taking an unprecedented step to expand government's reach into the Internet by attempting to regulate its inner workings. In doing so, the agency will circumvent Congress and disregard a recent court ruling. How did the FCC get here? For years, proponents of so-called "net neutrality" have been calling for strong regulation of broadband "on-ramps" to the Internet, like those provided by your local cable or phone companies. Rules are needed, the argument goes, to ensure that the Internet remains open and free, and to discourage broadband providers from thwarting consumer demand. That sounds good if you say it fast. Nothing is broken that needs fixing, however. -- Wall Street Journal / Robert M. MacDowell In 1949, the Federal Communications Commission created a rule requiring broadcasters to cover issues that the government deemed important, and to do so in a way that the government found "honest, equitable and balanced." If a broadcaster did not agree to abide by this rule, the FCC reserved the right to revoke the station's broadcasting license. This rule was called the Fairness Doctrine. The FCC abandoned it in 1987. FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, a socially conservative Democrat appointed to the FCC in 2001, would like to bring it back. martial law, new world order, obama, bush, left right paradigm, cbs, nbc, abc, cnn, fnc, hln, msnbc, iran vnc, al jazeerah, bbc, popular mechanics, 911, wtc 7, truth, ufo, cnbc,alex jones, fema,operation garden plot, nle, dod,pentagon,bilderberg,cfr,rothschild,r ockefeller,healthcare,planned parenthood,taxes,irs,foreclosure,bankrup tcy,oathkeepers,fbi,cia,al ciada,taliban,iraq,afganastan,pakistan,r t,h1n1,h2n1,plague,swine flu,police state,nwo, earthquake,iran, bp, oil spill, gulf,
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JLB Symposium: Harmony and Conflict in International Financial Regulation
 
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The NYU Journal of Law & Business presents the spring symposium, "Developments in Domestic & International Financial Regulation." Panel 2: Harmony and Conflict in International Financial Regulation Moderator: Gary DeWaal, President, Gary DeWaal and Associates, New York, NY Panelists: - Hélène Vletter-Van Dort, Senior Visiting Fellow, Pollack Center NYU and Professor, Erasmus School of Law of the University of Rotterdam and University of Groningen, Member of the Board Dutch Central Bank - Dietmar Rieg, President & CEO of the German American Chamber of Commerce, New York, NY - Georges Pineau, Permanent Representative in Washington, D.C., European Central Bank, Washington, D.C. - Eric Pan, Associate Director, SEC Office of International Affairs, Washington, D.C. - Dan Berkovitz, Partner, WilmerHale, Washington, D.C. This event took place on January 31, 2014.
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Governments assuming research governance
 
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Governments assuming research governance
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The Future of Fractional Reserve Banking in Light of Recent Reforms: Is Jimmy Stewart Dead?
 
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Professor Emilios Avgouleas, University of Edinburgh, gave a lecture entitled "The Future of Fractional Reserve Banking in Light of Recent Reforms: Is Jimmy Stewart Dead?" in discussion with Professor Eilis Ferran on Tuesday, 28 April 2015 at the Faculty of Law as a guest of 3CL. Professor Emilios Avgouleas is the inaugural holder of the International Banking Law and Finance Chair at the University of Edinburgh, the Head of the Commercial Law Subject Area, and the director of the Edinburgh LLM in International Banking Law and Finance. Reading: - Emilios Avgouleas, 'Large Systemic Banks and Fractional Reserve Banking, Intractable Dilemmas in Search of Effective Solutions' Chapter in Arner, Avgouleas, Buckley (eds), Reconceptualizing Global Finance and its Regulation (Cambridge University Press, 2015) forthcoming; - 'Critical Reflections on Bank Bail-ins', Emilios Avgouleas; Charles Goodhart (2015) 1 Journal of Financial Regulation 1; - 'Excessive Leverage and Bankers' Pay: Governance and Financial Stability Costs of a Symbiotic Relationship', (2015) 21 Columbia Journal of European Law. For the slides from this lecture, please see: http://www.law.cam.ac.uk/repo-documents/pdf/events/avgouleas_3CL_slides.pdf For more information see the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law website at http://www.3cl.law.cam.ac.uk/
What Is The Regulatory Framework?
 
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"The Spiritual Destiny of America and the West"  | Reba Carruth Part 3 of 3
 
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#38c The Spiritual Destiny of America and the West webinar series examines the historical, Christian Faith (Catholic and Protestant), socio-economic, institutional and normative foundations of America and the West for the achievement of the Unity of Mankind, Common wealth and World Peace. According to the Bahá’í writings and teachings “the sun of spiritual enlightenment rises in the East, but the power of God is shed and manifested in the West. . . . The West has acquired illumination from the East but in some respects the reflection of the light hath been greater in the Occident. . . . through the splendor of the Faith of Bahá’u’lláh, the West will have replaced the East, radiating the light of Divine Guidance” In this three part webinar course, the historical and spiritual convergence of the Christian Faith teachings, Bahá’í writings and their shared principles of governance, society, markets, scientific enlightenment for the public good, commonwealth and protection of the natural environment will be examined in America and the West. Through participation in this webinar course series, Bahá’ís and their friends can develop a deeper understanding of the historical and unfolding Spiritual Destiny of America and the West, and strengthen public discourse and engagement on the following topics: - strengthen in unity and union in America and the West; - achieving the Oneness of Humanity through race unity and unity of peoples/nations and faiths in the world; - achievement of socio-economic justice, industrial justice and sustainability and commonwealth; - achieving international agreement, cooperation and organization based on common and harmonized systems of norms, laws, regulation and science; - strengthening national governments and multilevel governance for the representation of citizens, society, regions and federation of nations; - restoration of agriculture and protection of the natural environment as the foundation of society, nations, human security, industry, wealth and World Peace. Reba Carruth has a Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Minnesota/M.A. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, 1985, and an M.A. in International Affairs, American University School of International Service, 1979. Dr. Carruth is currently an Adjunct Professor in the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Professor Carruth is also a Fulbright Specialist. She previously taught Transatlantic /UN Global Climate Change Policy Cooperation in the BMW Center for German and European Studies in the Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University (2012 and 2013). In October 2015, Dr. Carruth attended the Arctic Circle Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. Prior to her time at Georgetown and George Washington Universities, she worked and traveled extensively as the European and Global Market Analyst for Honeywell Inc. in Minneapolis, and the European Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Her work and publications focus on United States, European Union and UN global harmonization of government policy, regulation and industry standards for the socio-economic integration of nations. She published her doctoral dissertation on Industrial Policy Cooperation in the European Community Steel Crisis – written while studying at the Tilburg Economic University in The Netherlands in 1984. In 2006, she published a book entitled Global Governance of Food and Agriculture Industries: Transatlantic Regulatory Harmonization and Multilateral Policy Cooperation for Food Safety – in cooperation with Dr. Jorgen Schlundt, Head of Food Safety and Animal Health at UN WHO in Geneva, Switzerland. In 2016, Dr. Carruth published an article “Federal Rulemaking and the US Food and Drug Administration: International Regulatory Policy Cooperation in the 21st Century”, in the Georgetown Public Policy Review Journal. She is currently working on a new book that focuses entitled Global Regulation of Antibiotic Drugs: UN, WHO and Transatlantic (US-EU) Policy Cooperation for Palgrave-Macmillan in London. She launched a Spiritual Destiny of America Initiative that provides public lectures, program support and historical tours of the White House, US Capitol, Library of Congress, Mount Vernon, government buildings and American historical venues for the Baha’i’ and greater community in the Washington DC/Virginia/Maryland region.
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UN Global Governance to advance world fascism, eugenics.
 
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In a peer-reviewed paper by the American Institute of Biological Sciences titled "Social Norms and Global Environmental Challenges" (available ahead of print), to be published in the march 2013 edition of the Institute's yearly journal BioScience, a group of well-known scientists calls on government and scientists to start with the planned social engineering of "norms" and "values" in regards to environmental policies. In addition, they propose putting into effect all sorts of environmental fines and regulations in the spirit of Agenda 21 to hasten the social acceptance of increased governmental control. Also, they propose that the scientific community as a whole should align itself with government "through a concerted effort to change personal and social norms". The group of scientists involved in the upcoming publication include two Nobel Prize winners, economist Kenneth Arrow and political scientist Elinor Ostrom, as well as behavioral scientists, mathematicians, biologists- not to mention population scientists, the most well-known of whom are Paul Ehrlich and Gretchen C. Daily- whose professional relationship dates back to the Ecoscience days. http://explosivereports.com/
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Higher education is not about getting a job | Fred D'Agostino | TEDxUQ
 
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Many people think the point of higher education is economic: graduates get better paying jobs and the economy gets the knowledge-workers it needs. But, there is another story. There is a role for higher education in skilling-up citizens so they can play an active and effective role in a democratic society. Hear from political philosopher, Professor Fred D'Agostino as he shares numerous examples of this alternative story. Fred D'Agostino is Professor of Humanities at The University of Queensland and was Executive Dean of Arts and Associate Dean of Arts (Academic) during his ten-year stint at UQ. He is a philosopher, author of four books, sometime editor of the journals Australasian Journal of Philosophy and Politics, and Philosophy and Economics. He co-edited the recent Routledge Companion to Political and Social Philosophy. A member of the UQ Senate for four years, he is interested in the purposes and processes of higher education. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and has held Australian Research Council and Australian Learning and Teaching Council grants. His next big project is on "the disciplines" (e.g. History, Sociology) and how they work. Brought to you by: University of Queensland (UQ) UQx UQ Advantage Office MezurX UQ's Faculty of Science UQ's School of Psychology UQ Union Pitcher Partners thecopyshopuq MailChimp TEDxUQ Team: Advisors: Professor Phillip Long & Dr. Jessica Gallagher Curator: Lawrence Kurniawan Wong Co-curator: Sheila Horas Speaker Outreach Coordinator: Hannah Thomas Event & Logistics Coordinator: Sabrina Wong Sponsorship & Financial Coordinator: Marya Atmeh Creativity & Marketing Coordinator: Ervin Liu Multimedia & Photography Coordinator: Lennon Cheng Sponsorship & Financial: Tom Robinson Multimedia & Photography: Anindra Iswara Event & Logistics: Steven Chan Event & Logistics: Joanne Cheong Creativity & Marketing: Yuxi Wang Master of Ceremony: Rebecca Dew Speaker Outreach: Jeremy Farley In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Global Takeover of Internet - ICANN says UCANT - WWW. Controlled via 1 Private Company
 
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Global Takeover of Internet - ICANN says UCANT - Private Company Now Controls World Wide Web. Huge law passed and in a few days all internet domains will be handled controlled from one Private Company, ICANN. You can read about it below- http://www.computerworld.com/article/3108617/internet/us-says-transfer-of-internet-governance-will-go-ahead-on-oct-1.html Become a Leak Project Member @ http://www.leakproject.com for the latest podcasts and exclusive content. Also subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/clandestinetimelord for a plethora of data always free & cutting edge. Also http://www.leakproject.com has moved to a much faster server and podcasts are available ad free via streaming or download, Also check out Deals and Discounts only available to Leak Project listeners. Be the change you want to see!
Views: 6053 Leak Project
Social Media - Governance, Policies, and Procedures
 
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A discussion of the need for establishing social media governance, policies, and procedures as part of the development and execution of a social media strategy.
Views: 226 Andrew Jenkins
EU Ombudsman / Economic Governance / Air France ex-employees
 
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MEPs give their full backing for the re-election of EU Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly, debate the right balance for economic regulation and green light funds for Fiat and Air France workers. Comment on: Google + http://tinyurl.com/orh99s6 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/europeanparliament Twitter https://twitter.com/Europarl_EN EuroparlTV video ID: c399ed43-2839-4563-937f-a3ff00d73959
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Changes in Dowry Practices?: Insights on Dowry and Its Regulation
 
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A lecture by Vikramaditya Khanna, William W. Cook Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School Recorded on September 8, 2017 The Law in India has prohibited demands for dowry since 1961 and expected penalties have been increased multiple times since then, but from most accounts the incidence and magnitude of dowry demands appears to have only increased. I am examining dowry from a somewhat different perspective - are there examples of dowry having declined and what insights might we gain from these examples? This examination includes not only current instances of declines in dowry in India, but also historical and comparative examples. Through this kind of inquiry one hopes to obtain some useful insights for law and law reform in the South Asian context. Vikramaditya Khanna is the William W. Cook Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School. He earned his S.J.D. at Harvard Law School and was Bruce W. Nichols Visiting Professor of Law, Fall 2013 at Harvard Law School. He was also a senior research fellow at Columbia Law School and Yale Law School, and a visiting scholar at Stanford Law School. His interest areas include corporate and securities laws, law and legal issues in India, corporate and white collar crime, legal profession and professional responsibility, corporate governance in emerging markets, and law and economics. He is the founding and current editor of India Law eJournal and White Collar Crime eJournal at the Social Science Research Network and has served as Special Master in a dispute involving an Indian and American company. He has testified at the U.S. Congress and his papers have been published in the Harvard Law Review, Journal of Finance, Journal of Econometrics, Michigan Law Review, Supreme Court Economic Review, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, American Journal of Comparative Law, and the Georgetown Law Journal, amongst others. News publications in the US, India, Germany, Switzerland, Brazil, and the United Kingdom have quoted him. He has given talks at Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, Yale, NYU, Berkeley, Wharton, NBER, and other venues in the US, India, China, Turkey, and Greece amongst others, including a keynote in Brazil.
NYU Law Journal of Law and Liberty Spring 2011 Symposium: Keynote Speaker, Professor Richard Epstein
 
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"Plain Meaning Mostly, Right Mostly: A Modest Theory of Interpretivism" This talk addressed the attitudes toward interpretation that should be taken with constitutional, statutory and contractual materials and argue that the underlying linguistic problems should drive the analysis, and that efforts to tailor rules of interpretation to institutional settings may be useful dramatic flourishes, but in the end only detract for understanding how and why language works.
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Link'n Learn - Investment Fund Governance - Developing a Risk Based Oversight Framework
 
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Link'n Learn | Interactive access to Deloitte knowledge Led by Deloitte’s leading industry experts, Link’n Learn is series of webinars conducted over the course of the year, specifically designed to keep you up-to-date with today’s critical trends and the latest regulations impacting your business. The "Investment Fund Governance - Developing a Risk Based Oversight Framework" webinar agenda: Part 1: Setting the scene for a Risk-Based Oversight Framework - Defining the objectives of investment fund governance - Unique characteristics of investment funds - Understanding the governance framework for investment funds Part 2: Risk-Based Oversight Framework / Key risks - Understanding the fund DNA - Risk profiling the Fund - Establishing the governance framework - Implement and report - Review, reflect and revise Appendices: Risk analytics tools Speakers: - Dr Margaret Cullen, CEO, Certified Investment Fund Director Institute, Ireland - Michael Hartwell, Partner, Audit, Ireland - Sean Smith, Partner, Audit, Ireland The 2016 Link’n Learn program: http://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/lu/Documents/financial-services/IM/lu-linknlearn-program-2016.pdf Find the previous webinars here: http://www2.deloitte.com/lu/en/pages/financial-services/solutions/link-n-learn-interactive-access-to-deloitte-knowledge.html
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Network economics and 'net neutrality' regulation by Adam Thierer
 
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What are the pros and cons of legally mandated net neutrality? Economics of the Media course: http://mruniversity.com/courses/economics-media Ask a question about the video: http://mruniversity.com/courses/economics-media/network-economics-and-net-neutrality-regulation-adam-thierer#QandA Next video: http://mruniversity.com/courses/economics-media/weak-and-strong-natural-monopoly
Veerle Heyvaert - The Search for Principles of Transnational Environmental Regulation | SOAS
 
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This Seminar titled "The Search for Principles of Transnational Environmental Regulation" was given by Dr Veerle Heyvaert (LSE) on 18 January 2018 as part of the Law, Environment and Development Centre (LEDC) seminar series at SOAS University of London. You can find out more about this event at https://goo.gl/s9pgif The prolific growth of transnational environmental regulatory frameworks raises a host of pressing questions about the existence and content of binding principles to which the exercise of transnational regulatory authority should be subjected in order to be legitimate. Most important among these is the core question whether transnational environmental regulation (TER) recognises and respects an overarching set of shared principles that guide decision making under its auspices. Relatedly, if such shared principles do exist, how can they be identified? 'The Search for Principles of Transnational Environmental Regulation' attempts to answer these questions and argues that, while the extensive range and diversity of TER do not allow for a fixed set of legal principles to be cast as definitive, a number of clear trends can nonetheless be discerned. These include a growing prominence of procedural rights as environmental principles, which development has been keenly observed within academic circles and beyond. Equally relevant, however, are two additional but less frequently discussed developments. The first concerns the increasing incorporation of an expectation of progression in both public and private TER. The second is a growing tendency to develop and rely on managerialised interpretations of governance principles. The latter trend initiated in private TER, but is arguably spreading toward the public sphere. Together, the three developments are likely to affect the normative impact of legal principles for transnational governance in a fundamental way. Veerle Heyvaert is an Associate Professor (Reader) at the London School of Economics where she teaches environmental law and European law. She has an LL.M. from Harvard Law School and a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence (It). In 1998-1999, she was the inaugural Sir Peter North Fellow at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Keble College, Oxford. She has published extensively on issues of transnational environmental law and risk regulation, including recent articles on the emergence of hybrid norms in the European Journal of International Law (2009) and the globalisation of chemicals regulation in the Journal of Law and Society (2009).
From Misconceptions To Failure – Security And Privacy In The US Cloud Computing FedRAMP Program
 
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by Mikhail Utin @ DeepSec 2013 Full article in the DeepSec Proceedings of the MJS: http://www.sicherheitsforschung-magdeburg.de/uploads/journal/MJS_039_Utin_Fedramp.pdf In our previous analysis of the “Cloud Computing (CC)” we have concluded that CC is a generally misleading, marketing-driven idea born out of the need to utilize hosting services which became overly-abundant post Internet Bubble. Well-known CC models are useless, and in a case of so named “community cloud” models it amounts to little more than legal nonsense. In case of implementation of high level complex regulations like EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), CC is not only useless, but by being misleading, it creates a dead-end situation where it is not possible to identify how exactly privacy will be protected in an Internet-based distributed computing environment. However, regardless of numerous concerns expressed by information security professionals over CC services, US government developed the FedRAMP program and got funding for moving all federal information systems into a “cloud”. As we identified, all “cloud” misconceptions have successfully made it into FedRAMP documents. What should we expect from such a large scale experiment? What will be the result of the “cloudization” – wasting tax payers’ money and a few people getting some political gain capitalizing on public inability to distinguish between new technology and technological opportunism? Or will it be the next technological step forward advancing our ability to move and process data wherever we want? To understand what will happen and to prevent selling to the world yet another failure as an achievement, we need to go deep in the analysis of fundamental US government documents and draw our conclusion based on thorough analysis and known facts. While the rule “garbage in – garbage out” has been proven on numerous occasions, we need to do that again considering all what is known as “cloud computing” and what US federal government plans to implement. Then we can answer whether we will get new technology protecting privacy or very costly garbage. Mikhail A. Utin completed his basic engineering education in 1975 in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Career in Russia included working for several research and engineering organizations. Doctorate / PhD in Computer Science (1988) from then Academy of Science of the USSR. From 1988 to 1990 founded information technology company and successfully worked in emerging Russia’s private sector. Had several USSR patents and published numerous articles. Immigrated in the US with family in 1990 to escape from political turmoil and hoping for continuing professional career. Worked in the US in information technology and information security fields for numerous companies and organizations including contracting for US government DoN and DoT. Together with colleagues formed private company Rubos, Inc. for IT security consulting and research in 1998. The company is a member of ISSA New England chapter. (ISC)2 certified professional for seven years. Published articles on Internet and in professional journal, and a reviewer of articles submitted to (ISC)2 Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective. Current research focus on information security governance, regulations and management, and the relationship between regulations, technology, business activities and businesses' security status. Most of the research is pioneering work never discussed by the information security community.
What Is Regulation In Politics?
 
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"The Spiritual Destiny of America and the West" | Reba Carruth  Part 2 of 3
 
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Web Talk #38b The Spiritual Destiny of America and the West webinar series examines the historical, Christian Faith (Catholic and Protestant), socio-economic, institutional and normative foundations of America and the West for the achievement of the Unity of Mankind, Common wealth and World Peace. According to the Bahá’í writings and teachings “the sun of spiritual enlightenment rises in the East, but the power of God is shed and manifested in the West. . . . The West has acquired illumination from the East but in some respects the reflection of the light hath been greater in the Occident. . . . through the splendor of the Faith of Bahá’u’lláh, the West will have replaced the East, radiating the light of Divine Guidance” In this three part webinar course, the historical and spiritual convergence of the Christian Faith teachings, Bahá’í writings and their shared principles of governance, society, markets, scientific enlightenment for the public good, commonwealth and protection of the natural environment will be examined in America and the West. Through participation in this webinar course series, Bahá’ís and their friends can develop a deeper understanding of the historical and unfolding Spiritual Destiny of America and the West, and strengthen public discourse and engagement on the following topics: - strengthen in unity and union in America and the West; - achieving the Oneness of Humanity through race unity and unity of peoples/nations and faiths in the world; - achievement of socio-economic justice, industrial justice and sustainability and commonwealth; - achieving international agreement, cooperation and organization based on common and harmonized systems of norms, laws, regulation and science; - strengthening national governments and multilevel governance for the representation of citizens, society, regions and federation of nations; - restoration of agriculture and protection of the natural environment as the foundation of society, nations, human security, industry, wealth and World Peace. Reba Carruth has a Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Minnesota/M.A. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, 1985, and an M.A. in International Affairs, American University School of International Service, 1979. Dr. Carruth is currently an Adjunct Professor in the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Professor Carruth is also a Fulbright Specialist. She previously taught Transatlantic /UN Global Climate Change Policy Cooperation in the BMW Center for German and European Studies in the Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University (2012 and 2013). In October 2015, Dr. Carruth attended the Arctic Circle Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. Prior to her time at Georgetown and George Washington Universities, she worked and traveled extensively as the European and Global Market Analyst for Honeywell Inc. in Minneapolis, and the European Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Her work and publications focus on United States, European Union and UN global harmonization of government policy, regulation and industry standards for the socio-economic integration of nations. She published her doctoral dissertation on Industrial Policy Cooperation in the European Community Steel Crisis – written while studying at the Tilburg Economic University in The Netherlands in 1984. In 2006, she published a book entitled Global Governance of Food and Agriculture Industries: Transatlantic Regulatory Harmonization and Multilateral Policy Cooperation for Food Safety – in cooperation with Dr. Jorgen Schlundt, Head of Food Safety and Animal Health at UN WHO in Geneva, Switzerland. In 2016, Dr. Carruth published an article “Federal Rulemaking and the US Food and Drug Administration: International Regulatory Policy Cooperation in the 21st Century”, in the Georgetown Public Policy Review Journal. She is currently working on a new book that focuses entitled Global Regulation of Antibiotic Drugs: UN, WHO and Transatlantic (US-EU) Policy Cooperation for Palgrave-Macmillan in London. She launched a Spiritual Destiny of America Initiative that provides public lectures, program support and historical tours of the White House, US Capitol, Library of Congress, Mount Vernon, government buildings and American historical venues for the Baha’i’ and greater community in the Washington DC/Virginia/Maryland region.
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Corporate Governance Matters
 
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Prof David Larcker and co-author Brian Tayan discuss their new book 'Corporate Governance Matters'. http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/jacksonlibrary/articles/catalogs/fac_books/larcker-tayan-corporate-governance.html
ECONOMIC JOURNAL LECTURE: Esther Duflo (MIT)
 
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Esther Duflo is the Abdul Latif Jameel Professor of Poverty Alleviation and Development Economics in the Department of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a co-founder and co-director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL). In her research, she seeks to understand the economic lives of the poor, with the aim to help design and evaluate social policies. She has worked on health, education, financial inclusion, environment and governance. Professor Esther Duflo’s first degrees were in history and economics from Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris. She subsequently received a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT in 1999. Duflo has received numerous academic honours and prizes including the Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences (2015), the A.SK Social Science Award (2015), Infosys Prize (2014), the David N. Kershaw Award (2011), a John Bates Clark Medal (2010), and a MacArthur “Genius Grant” Fellowship (2009). With Abhijit Banerjee, she wrote Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty, which won the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award in 2011 and has been translated into 17 languages. Duflo is a also a member of the President’s Global Development Council and a Founding Editor of the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
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Why the GDPR is a 3-Variable Equation - Chiara Rustici
 
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Chiara talks about why the decisions required by a business to comply with the new GDPR are not of the straightforward data governance variety. They are, firstly, business choices, involving boardroom-level strategy. Secondly, they are legal choices. Only after the first two decisions have taken place, can IT choices be made. A case study of a fictitious industrial ecosystem will illustrate the dependencies between controllers, processors and individuals whose personal data this Regulation protects. Chiara Rustici, an independent, technology-agnostic EU privacy and GDPR analyst, a consultant with 20 years of experience in conducting research in law and legal reasoning in academia, Director for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and business leader for a number of enterprises in the City, who advises both corporate boards and technology vendors on GDPR requirements. Chiara runs her own independent consultancy business and has published extensively on the IT, legal and business implications of the GDPR both for academic journals and IT publishers. This video has been edited for content and continuity. It was first streamed live to Facebook on 2017-06-19 19:00 to 20:30 Europe/London at the BCS Nottingham and Derby branch meeting to an audience of BCS members and non-members.
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Week 4 Corporate Law  Internal governance
 
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Corporate Constitutions and Meetings
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#253 Angela C. Walch: The Case for Treating Developers as Fiduciaries in Public Blockchains
 
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Support the show, consider donating: BTC: 1CD83r9EzFinDNWwmRW4ssgCbhsM5bxXwg (https://epicenter.tv/tipbtc) BCC: 1M4dvWxjL5N9WniNtatKtxW7RcGV73TQTd (http://epicenter.tv/tipbch) ETH: 0x8cdb49ca5103Ce06717C4daBBFD4857183f50935 (https://epicenter.tv/tipeth) The expectation has become widespread that blockchains will end up underpinning major societal infrastructures. The narrative in the blockchain space is that networks are decentralized and trustless and thus regulation should not apply to networks directly. Legal scholar Angela C. Walch has been questioning terms like decentralization and trustlessness and argues that blockchains shift the need for trust rather than remove it. Her controversial ideas include that key developers of open-source project should be treated as fiduciaries and held accountable for the consequences of their work. Angela Walch is a professor of law at St Mary University School of Law and a Research Fellow at the Center for Blockchain at UCL. She is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School and has been doing academic work on legal issues surrounding public blockchains since 2013. Topics discussed in this episode: - How she became interested in Bitcoin and issues around the narratives of decentralization and trustlessness - How her work has been received in the blockchain space - The problematic lack of a clear definition of terms like trustless, immutable and decentralized - Why blockchains should be looked at as trust-shifting, not trustless - The definition and role of fiduciaries in society - Why blockchain developers could be considered fiduciaries - The practical implications and difficulties of regulating blockchain developers as fiduciaries - How the SEC's stance on blockchains connects with the question of developers being fiduciaries - Her personal views on the value and promise of blockchain tech Links mentioned in this episode: - Angela Walch: https://angelawalch.com - Angela C. Walch - St. Mary's Law: https://law.stmarytx.edu/academics/faculty/angela-walch/ - Angela Walch – Medium: https://medium.com/@awalch - In Code(rs) We Trust: Software Developers as Fiduciaries in Public Blockchains: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3203198 - The Path of the Blockchain Lexicon (and the Law): https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Papers.cfm?abstract_id=2940335 - Open-Source Operational Risk: Should Public Blockchains Serve as Financial Market Infrastructures?: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2879239 - Coin-Operated Capitalism paper: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3215345 - Journal of Financial Technology: http://www.thejft.com/ - Introducing: The Journal of Financial Technology – Angela Walch – Medium: https://medium.com/@awalch/introducing-the-journal-of-financial-technology-65d233a3d5e2 Sponsors: - Toptal: Simplify your hiring process & access the best blockchain talent – Get a $1,000 credit on your first hire - http://toptal.com/epicenter - Azure: Deploy enterprise-ready consortium blockchain networks that scale in just a few clicks - http://aka.ms/epicenter This episode is also available on : - Epicenter.tv: https://epicenter.tv/253 - YouTube: http://youtu.be/qvkiymH0i1U - Souncloud: http://soundcloud.com/epicenterbitcoin/eb-253 Watch or listen, Epicenter is available wherever you get your podcasts. Epicenter is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain, Sébastien Couture & Meher Roy.
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