The politics of legal reform
Florencio López-de-Silanes, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Harvard University. Center for International Development
United Nations, 2002 - Bankruptcy - 37 pages
Focuses on the development of financial institutions such as banks and stock exchanges, the construction of the legal infrastructure supporting business, and the creation of regulatory mechanisms in line with best world practice.
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