Mr. Doty, General Counsel of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), explores the complexities of an internationalized securities market and the appropriate role of the SEC in such a marketplace. Mr. Doty examines the cooperation of securities authorities from around the globe, including the SEC, to address problems of fraudulent conduct, capital adequacy, and standards of disclosure. Mr. Doty concludes that the SEC has been, and should continue to be, a "standard-setter" in the globalization process.
James R. Doty,
The Role of Securities and Exchange Commission in an Internationalized Marketplace,
60 Fordham L. Rev. S77
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