Table of contents for The structure of financial regulation / edited by David G. Mayes and Geoffrey E. Wood.

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1	Introduction
2	Financial Supervision from an Historical Perspective: was the development of such supervision designed or largely accidental?
	Charles Goodhart
Comment Elvira Scheben
3	Some Historical Perspective on Financial Regulation 
	Forrest Capie
	Comment Alicia Garcia Herrero
4	Bank Regulations and Money Laundering 
	Anna Schwartz
5	Governing the Corporation: Transcending Compliance in an Age of Scandal 
	Justin O'Brien
	Comment Charles Calomiris
	Comment Stefan Huemer
6	Multiple Regulators and Insolvency Regimes: Obstacles to Efficient Supervision and Resolution
	Robert Bliss
	Comment Kern Alexander
	Comment Harald Benink
7	Institutional Allocation of Bank Regulation: a Review
	Charles M Kahn and João Santos
	Comment María Nieto
	Comment Donato Masciandaro
8	Agency Problems in the Design of Bank Regulatory and Supervisory Structures:
	The Case of EMU
	Robert Eisenbeis
	Comment Jan Toporowski
	Comment Tuomas Takalo
9	Cross-Border Issues in European Financial Supervision
	Dirk Schoenmaker and Sander Oosterloo
	Comment Peik Granlund
	Comment Philipp Hartmann 
10	Regulating Cross-Border Retail Payment Systems ¿ a Network Industry Problem
	Kari Kemppainen
11	Payment System Developments ¿ Their Dependence on competition, Cooperation, Incentives and Authority Action
	Harry Leinonen
	Comment Thorvald Grung Moe
12	Competition and the Rationalization of European Securities Clearing and Settlement
	Alistair Milne
13	Links Between Securities Settlement Systems: an Oligopoly Theoretic Approach
	Karlo Kauko
	Comment Evan Kraft

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

International finance.
International economic integration.
Banks and banking.