Law Enforcement and the History of Financial Market Manipulation
First Published in 2014. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
- Hardback | 455 pages
- 175.26 x 254 x 27.94mm | 952.54g
- 19 Dec 2013
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- M.E. Sharpe
- Armonk, United States
"Professor Markham has written another masterpiece. His book provides a rich history and detailed analysis of financial fraudulence, commonly known as manipulation, from a regulatory policy perspective, and the ways that case law has evolved and characterized this fraud. Markham then properly addresses the new theories that have been developed since the passage of Dodd-Frank in 2010 and places them in the context of the rich enforcement traditions of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and others. The book is a must read for financial services lawyers and regulators as well as academics." -- Ronald Filler, New York Law School "Jerry Markham as always provides an insightful analysis on the history of the financial markets--this time focusing on law enforcement and market manipulation." -- Thomas Lee Hazen, School of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
About Jerry W. Markham
Jerry W. Markham is a Professor of Law at the Florida International University College of Law in Miami, USA.
Table of contents
Introduction 1. Manipulation: Some History 2. Market Manipulation and the New Deal Legislation 3. Postwar Manipulation and Speculation 4. Manipulation of Commodity Prices in a Time of Inflation 5. Manipulation Setbacks Under the Federal Securities Laws 6. The Battle over OTC Derivatives 7. The Dodd-Frank Act 8. Challenges for the New Manipulation Standards