This series explores the key developments in financial and banking law, offering critical analyses of legislation and regulatory frameworks at the international regional and domestic levels. Legislation, case law, regulatory structures and institutions are discussed from a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches. The books in this series provide valuable and far-reaching investigations into the challenges of regulating finance and banking in a fast-moving and interconnected global economy.
Global Finance in the 21st Century Stability and Sustainability in a Fragmenting World
The European Sovereign Debt Crisis Breaking the Vicious Circle between Sovereigns and Banks
Private Lending in China Practice, Law, and Regulation of Shadow Banking and Alternative Finance
Banking Bailout Law A Comparative Study of the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union
Housing and Financial Stability Mortgage Lending and Macroprudential Policy in the UK and US
Trust and Distrust in Digital Economies
Value Added Tax Fraud
By Steve Kourabas
September 29, 2021
Global Finance in the 21st Century: Stability and Sustainability in a Fragmenting World explains finance and its regulation after the global financial crisis. The book introduces non-finance scholars into the broader debate regarding the conduct and regulation of finance to encourage broader ...
By Phoebus L. Athanassiou, Angelos T. Vouldis
August 24, 2021
The European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Breaking the Vicious Circle between Sovereigns and Banks explains why the euro area’s progress towards reining in the risks arising from the well-documented bi-directional financial contagion transmission mechanism that links sovereigns to commercial banks has ...
By Lerong Lu
June 30, 2021
This book explores China’s private lending market from historical, economic, legal, and regulatory perspectives. Private lending refers to moneylending agreements between business borrowers and their debt investors without the involvement of banks. In China, it remains difficult for private ...
Edited By Cătălin-Gabriel Stănescu, Asress Adimi Gikay
December 29, 2020
This book addresses the questions of discrimination, vulnerable consumers, and financial inclusion in the light of the emerging legal, socioeconomic, and technological challenges. New technologies – such as artificial intelligence-driven consumer credit risk assessment and Fintech ...
Edited By Daniel Cash, Robert Goddard
November 25, 2020
The Financial Crisis was a cross-sector crisis that fundamentally affected modern society. Regulation, as a concept, was both blamed for allowing the crisis to happen, but also tasked with developing and implementing solutions in the wake of the crash.In this book, a number of specialists from a ...
By Augustine Edobor Arimoro
October 30, 2020
Over the years, a shortage of funds has resulted in a huge deficit in government budgets for infrastructure, especially in developing economies. It is no longer feasible for governments to bear the entire burden of funding public infrastructure. Given that an inadequate supply of public ...
By Virág Blazsek
October 28, 2020
Setting forth the building blocks of banking bailout law, this book reconstructs a regulatory framework that might better serve countries during future crisis situations. It builds upon recent, carefully selected case studies from the US, the EU, the UK, Spain and Hungary to answer the questions ...
By Shen Wei
October 19, 2020
This book examines the regulatory framework, regulatory objectives, regulatory logics, regulatory instruments, regulatory failures, and regulatory responses in China’s financial market after the global financial crisis. The book provides an in-depth analysis of China’s contemporary financial ...
By Alan Brener
January 14, 2020
This book brings together politics, law, financial services regulation, economics and housing policy in the analysis of mortgage lending and macroprudential policy in the UK and US. The book addresses the relationship between housing policy, credit and financial instability in light of the recent ...
By Andreas Rahmatian
November 11, 2019
Money is a legal institution with principal economic and sociological consequences. Money is a debt, because that is how it is conceptualised and comes into existence: as circulating credit – if viewed from the creditor’s perspective – or, from the debtor’s viewpoint, as debt. This book presents a ...
By Philippa Ryan
June 17, 2019
In digital economies, the Internet enables the "platformisation" of everything. Big technology companies and mobile apps are running mega marketplaces, supported by seamless online payments systems. This rapidly expanding ecosystem is fueled by data. Meanwhile, perceptions of the global financial ...
By Marius-Cristian Frunza
November 26, 2018
Serving as an introduction to one of the "hottest" topics in financial crime, the Value Added Tax (VAT) fraud, this new and original book aims to analyze and decrypt the fraud and explore multi-disciplinary avenues, thereby exposing nuances and shades that remain concealed by traditional taxation ...