Amanda Rose, ‘Designing an Efficient Securities Fraud Deterrence Regime’

This chapter discusses the fundamental design choices that policymakers must confront when attempting to construct an optimal securities-fraud deterrence regime, and offers what theory suggests is the best approach to each. The analysis reveals that the United States’ current approach to securities-fraud deterrence falls far short of the ideal.

Rose, Amanda M, Designing an Efficient Securities Fraud Deterrence Regime (Feb 28, 2017) in Prosperity Unleashed: Smarter financial regulations to core regulatory problems that have existed in US financial markets for decades 2017 (The Heritage Foundation).

First posted 2021-06-04 12:30:14

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