Indian financial market regulation: A dialectic model
The regulatory model presented in this paper has its evolution in the views and motives of three distinct interest-groups, namely, regulators, financial institutions and investors. The model structurally symbolises a partly unified or ‘lead’ model. One may see this as consensus model representing a rallying point for financial market participatory groups. The basic premise on which the model rests is expectedly its ability to ensure, besides other factors, communication and coordination among regulators for dealing with some of the major problems, in particular, regulatory arbitrage, posed by modern complex financial markets. It is an experimental, tentative approach to the problem of effectiveness of financial regulation the importance of which is being seen today with growing concern and interest. A distinguishing feature of the approach is its admission of collective wisdom as one plausible way of examining the relationship between regulatory effectiveness and regulatory architecture.
Volume (Year): 64 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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