The Duke way
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Emerging tools for more equitable policy
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Prof. Sam Buell discusses his new book on the rise of criminal behavior in corporations and why it’s so difficult to prosecute.
Global Financial Markets Center
The Global Financial Markets Center facilitates research, education, and publication that broadens inquiry, dialogue, and debate into the operation of capital and financial markets beyond traditional academic boundaries, bridging the gap between theory and practice. The center’s affiliated faculty, from the Duke University School of Law, the Fuqua School of Business, and the Department of History, focus their research, scholarship, and teaching on issues of law, business, and regulation (including finance and financial accounting and reporting) that impact capital and other financial markets. Collectively they possess a wealth of real-world experience in such areas as corporate governance, securities and banking regulation, administrative law, and economics.
The center sponsors symposia and scholarship; works collaboratively with scholars, professionals, industry leaders and participants, governmental and regulatory authorities, and other policymakers; prepares students for careers in business and law, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels; and develops relationships with foreign universities.
- Reiners discusses huge paycheck for Wells Fargo exec whose department created millions of fake accounts WNHN | Arnie Arnesen
- Reiners: Wells Fargo chose loyalty to employee over loyalty to customers The Conversation
- Buell: Wells Fargo scandal demands "a fundamental rethinking" of the scale of large U.S. businesses and the legal responsibilities of corporate managers Slate
- Baxter: A congressional repeal of Dodd-Frank is unlikely and would be almost as complex as its passage Morning Consult
- Scarboro '89: an influential woman in securities law Law360