MAIN CHANGES IN U.S. FINANCIAL REGULATION
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MAIN CHANGES IN U.S. FINANCIAL REGULATION
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S268667300000617-8-1
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55-70
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The article analyses the main changes in the U.S. financial regulation following the Dodd-Frank Act adoption in July 2010. The author arrives at the conclusion that the 2007-2009 financial crisis resulted in a shift of the dominating paradigm concerning the need for financial regulation. The article contains a number of hypotheses as to possible impact of the current reform on the US economy.
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U.S. financial sector reform, financial regulation, Dodd-Frank Act
Date of publication
01.09.2012
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