Rating, Dating, and the Informal Regulation and the Formal Ordering of Financial Transactions: Securitizations and Credit Rating Agencies

Privatising Development: Transnational Law, Infrastructure and Human Rights, M. Likosky, ed., pp 147-171, Martinus Nijhoff, 2005

25 Pages Posted: 10 Jan 2006  

John Flood

Griffith University Law School; University of Westminster School of Law; University College London

Abstract

With the growth of globalization, the role of the state has diminished and more of its legal activities are being taken over by other institutions. This chapter examines the role of law firms and credit rating agencies in securitizations.

Keywords: securitization, globalisation, globalization, lawyers, investment banks, corporate, regulation, epistemic practices, capital markets, credit rating agencies

JEL Classification: F30, G1, J44, L00

Suggested Citation

Flood, John, Rating, Dating, and the Informal Regulation and the Formal Ordering of Financial Transactions: Securitizations and Credit Rating Agencies. Privatising Development: Transnational Law, Infrastructure and Human Rights, M. Likosky, ed., pp 147-171, Martinus Nijhoff, 2005. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=873878

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