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About the Editors. About the Contributors. Preface (Christopher L. Culp). Introduction (William A. Niskanen). PART I. CORPORATE INNOVATION AND GOVERNANCE. Chapter 1. Empire of the Sun: A Neo-Austrian Economic Interprettion of Enron's Energy Business (Christopher L. Culp and Steve H. Hanke). Chapter 2. Corporate Accounting After Enron: Is the "Cure" Worse Than the Disease (Richard Bassett and mark Storrie)? Chapter 3. Corporate Governance: Pre-Enron, Post Enron (Alton B. Harris and Sndrea S. Kramer). PART II. ENERGY AND DERIVATIVES MARKETS AFTER ENRON. Chapter 4. Wholesale Electricity Markets and Products After Enron (Andrea M.P. Neves). Chapter 5. Regulation of Wholesale Electricity Trading After Enron (Andrea S. Kramer, et al.). Chapter 6. Online Trading and Clearing After Enron (John Herron) Chapter 7. Do Swaps Need More Regulation (David Mengle)/ PART III. STRUCTURED FINANCE AFTER ENRON. Chapter 8. An Introduction to the Business of Structured Finance (Barbara T. Kavanagh). Chapter 9. Structured Commodity Finance Afte Enron: Uses and Abuse of Pre-Paid Forwards and Swaps (Christopher L. Culp and Barbara T. Kavanagh). Chapter 10. Accounting and Disclosure Issues in Structureed finance (Keith A. Bockus, et al.). PART IV. CREDIT RISK MITIGATION AFTER ENRON. Chapter 11. Credit Risk Management Lessons from Enron (Christopher L. Culp). Chapter 12. Credit Derivatives Post-Enron (Andrea S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris). Chapter 13. The Market for Complex Credit Risk (Paul Palmer). PART V. REGULATING CORPORATE INNOVATION AFTER ENRON. Chapter 14. Cowboys vs.. Cattle Thieves: The Role of Innovative Institutions in Managing Risks Along the Frontier (Fred L. Smith, Jr.). References.