Publications

2018

Journals

A. Didenko, K. Kemp, L. Malady & R. Buckley, “Restricted Banking Licences: An Opportunity to Be Seized”, (2018) Vol 29 (1) Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice, 57-66 (LP150100269).

P. Hanrahan & R. Yates ‘Directors’ duties of oversight: Insights for Australia from recent developments in Delaware’s Caremark jurisprudence’ (2018) 33 Australian Journal of Corporate Law (forthcoming)

D. Healey & J. Coles, "From 'Carries on a Business' to 'In Trade or Commerce': Efficiency in Government or Semantic Endeavour?" (2018) Volume 26 Competition and Consumer Law Journal 1-34.

D. Healey & R. Smith, 'Competitive Neutrality in Australia: Opportunity for Policy Development' (2018) Competition and Consumer Law Journal, Volume 25 (3), p. 223-448

D. Healey, 'Competitive Neutrality, Special Issue of Competition and Consumer Law Journal, (2018) Volume 25 (3) 

L. Malady, RP Buckley, A Didenko and CY Tsang, “A Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit for Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets”, (2018) 34 Banking and Finance Law Review, 9-38

K. Manwaring & P. Hanrahan ‘BEARing responsibility for cyber security in Australian financial institutions:  The rising tide of directors’ personal liability’ (2019) 30 Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice (forthcoming)

M. Nehme 'Regulating Crowd Equity Funding: The Why and the How' (2018) 45(1) Journal of Law and Society 116-135

B. Morgan (2018) ‘The Sharing Economy’ (2018), Annual Review of Law and Social Science 14(1), 351-366, , https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-lawsocsci-101317-0...

B. Morgan, ‘Legal Models Beyond the Corporation in Australia: Plugging a Gap or Weaving a Tapestry?’ 14 Social Enterprise Journal 180-193

B. Morgan and A Thorpe, ‘Introduction: Law for a New Economy: Enterprise, Sharing, Regulation’ (2018), 45(1) Journal of Law and Society 1-9

B. Morgan, ‘Telling Stories Beautifully: Hybrid Legal Forms in the New Economy’ (2018), 45(1) Journal of Law and Society 64-83 (in special issue on Law for a New Economy: Enterprise, Sharing, Regulation)

B. Morgan, X. Bai and J. Bhaskar, ‘Competitive Neutrality and the Challenge of Social Enterprise’ (2018) 25 (3) Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law

R. Nicholls & B. Fisse, ‘Concerted Practices and Algorithmic Coordination: Does the New Australian Law Compute?’ (2018) 28 Competition and Consumer Law Journal 26.

R. Nicholls, ‘Making the Dual Model Work: Competitive Neutrality and Net Neutrality Issues Facing the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’ (2018) 25 Competition and Consumer Law Journal 301.

X. Weng, ‘Do Auctions Matter? Assessing the Chinese Auction Promotion Institution of Takeover Law’ (2018) Vol 10, Tsinghua China Law Review.

D. Zetzsche, R. Buckley, D. Arner & J. Barberis, “From FinTech to TechFin: The Regulatory Challenges of Data-Driven Finance”, (2018) Vol 14 (2) New York University Journal of Law & Business, 393-446 (LP150100269).

D. Zetzsche, R. Buckley & D. Arner, “Blockchain Distributes Ledgers and Liability”, (2018) Vol 2 (4) Journal of Digital Banking 296-308 (LP150100269).

D. Zetzsche, D. Arner & R. Buckley “Digital ID and AML/CDD/KYC utilities for financial inclusion, integrity and competition”, (2018) 47 Journal of Financial Transformation, 133-142 (LP150100269).

Books

P. Hanrahan, I. Ramsay & G. Stapledon (2018) Commercial Applications of Company Law (OUP Australia, Melbourne, first published 2000, 19th ed) 946 pages plus teaching supplement ISBN 978-0-19-031027-1

P. Hanrahan & A. Black (eds) (2019) Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO (LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney) 230 pages ISBN 978-0-409-35020-3

H. Harris, The Global Anti-Corruption Regime: The Case of Papua New Guinea (Routledge, The Law of Financial Crime, 2018)

Book Chapters

E. Armson, ‘Assessing the Performance of Takeover Panels: A Comparative Study’, Comparative Takeover Regulation: Global and Asian Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2018).

P. Hanrahan (2019) ‘On Compliance’ in P Hanrahan and A Black (eds) Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO (LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney) ISBN 978-0-409-35020-3

P. Hanrahan & I Ramsay (2018) ‘Regulation of Mutual Funds in Australia’ in W Birdthistle and J Morley (eds), Research Handbook on the Regulation of Mutual Funds (Edward Elgar, London) ISBN: 978 1 78471 504 5

P. Hanrahan (2018) ‘Exchange Traded Funds in the Shadow Banking Sector’ in I Chui and I MacNeil (eds) Research Handbook on Shadow Banking – Legal and Regulatory Aspects (Edward Elgar, London) ISBN: 978 1 78536 262 0

D. Healey & J. Coles, 'Government, the Market and the Level Playing Field: Covering All the Bases' (2018) in P. Hanrahan and A. Black (eds) Contemporary Issues in Corporate and Competition Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Robert Baxt AO (LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney) ISBN 978-0-409-35020-3

B. Morgan, ‘The Multi-Scalar Regulatory Challenge of the Sharing Economy from the Perspective of Platform Cooperativism and the Social and Solidarity Economy’ (2018) in Nestor Davidson, Michèle Finck and John Infranca, Cambridge Handbook on Law and Regulation of the Sharing Economy (Cambridge University Press)

B. Morgan ‘Transcending the Corporation: Social Enterprise, Cooperatives and Commons-Based Governance’, (in press) in T Clarke and J O’Brien (eds) Handbook on The Corporation (Oxford University Press)  

Government Submissions

A. Asher, Financial Services Royal Commission, 26 October 

A. Asher, Financial Services Royal Commission, 25 October 

A. Asher, Financial Services Royal Commission, 21 September 

A. Asher, Productivity Commission Draft Report: Superannuation: Assessing Efficiency and Competitiveness (May 2018) 13 July 2018 

J. Buchan, D. Healey, H. Harris & R. Nicholls, Submission to the ACCC on a Potential Class Exemption for Collective Bargaining - 21 September 2018

S. Donald, 'Submission to the Productivity Commission on Assessing Efficiency and Competition in Superannuation', 13 July 2018.

D. Kingsford Smith, C. Free, C. Sampford, H. Breakey, H. Harris, M. Nehme & S. Donald, Banking Commission - Interim Report Submission

S. Donald, Banking Commission - Superannuation Submission, 21 September 2018.

M. Nehme, Submission Regarding Drafts of Regulatory Guide 261 (Crowd-Sourced Funding: Guide for Companies) and Regulatory Guide 262 (Crowd-Sourced Funding: Guide for Intermediaries) (to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, August 2018)

M. Nehme, 'Submission regarding the Review of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) Legisaltion' (To the Commonwealth Treasury, 28 February 2018)

M. Nehme, 'Submission to the Senate Inquiry Committee: Future of Work and Workers' (30 January 2018)

Reports

M. Nehme, 'Comparative research into the use of enforceable undertakings’ (Australian Securities and Investments Commission, October 2018)

M. Nehme, J.Anderson, O. Dixon & D. Kingsford Smith, General Deterrence Effects of Enforceable Undertakings on Financial Services and Credit Providers Report (Australian Securities and Investments Commission, August 2018).

P. Hanrahan (2018) Background Paper 30: Information About Selected Aspects of Foreign Financial Services Regulation (Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry)

P. Hanrahan (2018) Background Paper 25: Legal Framework Governing Aspects of the Australian Superannuation System (Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry)

P. Hanrahan (2018) Background Paper 7: Legal Framework for the Provision of Financial Advice and Sale of Financial Products to Australian Households (Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry)

P. Hanrahan (2017) Report of an Inquiry for the Legal Services Council into Section 258 of the Legal Profession Uniform Law (Legal Services Council)

P. Hanrahan (2017) Last Resort Compensation Scheme (Financial Services Council)

P. Hanrahan (2018) Background Paper 30: Information About Selected Aspects of Foreign Financial Services Regulation (Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry)

2017

Journal

K Kemp & RP Buckley, “Resolution Powers Over E-Money Providers”, forthcoming UNSW Law Journal, accepted Aug 10, 2017, in press (LP150100269).

DW Arner, DA Zetzsche, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “FinTech and RegTech: Enabling Innovation while Preserving Financial Stability”, (2017) Vol 18 (3) Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 47-58 (LP150100269).

K Kemp and RP Buckley, “Protecting Financial Consumer Data in Developing Countries: An Alternative to the Flawed Consent Model”, forthcoming Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, accepted Aug 4, 017, in press (LP150100269).

L Malady, C-Y Tsang & RP Buckley, “Promoting Financial Inclusion by Encouraging the Payment of Interest on E-Money”, forthcoming UNSW Law Journal, accepted Aug 2, 2017, in press (LP150100269).

D Zetzsche, R Buckley, D Arner and L Fohr, ‘The ICO Gold Rush: It’s a Scam, It’s a Bubble and it’s a Super Challenge for Regulators’: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3072298

DW Arner, RP Buckley & JN Barberis ‘The Evolution of Fin-Tech: a New Post-Crisis Paradigm?’ available at:  https://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=2676553

Buchan, J. M., & Nicholls, R. (2017). The law of unintended consequences: The effects of voiding ipso facto clauses in business format franchise agreements. Australian Business Law Review, 45(5), 433-447.

Nicholls, R. J., & Kayis, D. (2017). Concerted Practices Contested: Evidentiary thresholds. Competition and Consumer Law Journal.

Morris, C., & Nicholls, R. J. (2017). Do it once, get it right: Wholesale regulatory intervention in price and cost disclosure. Law and Financial Markets Review. doi:10.1080/17521440.2017.1375217

Michael, K., Michael, M. G., Galliot, J. C., & Nicholls, R. (2017). Socio-Ethical Implications of Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector. IEEE Technology and Society, 36(1), 7-9. doi:10.1109/MTS.2017.2670219

E Armson, ‘Speed in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel’ (2017) 35 Company and Securities Law Journal 352

DW Arner, J Barberis and RP Buckley, “FinTech, RegTech and the Reconceptualisation of Financial Regulation”, (2017) 37 Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business, 371-414 (LP150100269)

DW Arner, J Barberis and RP Buckley, “FinTech and RegTech in a Nutshell, and the Future in a Sandbox”, (July 2017). CFA Institute, Research Foundation Briefs: 1–20 (refereed), available at: http://www.cfapubs.org/toc/rfbr/2017/3/4, (LP150100269).

M Dowell-Jones and RP Buckley, “Reconceiving Resilience: A New Guiding Principle for Financial Regulation?”, (2017) 37 Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, 1-33 (DP130103501).

Morgan, B., & Maloney, M. (2017). Building an ecologically healthy and socially just economic system: the New Economy Network of Australia. Australian Environment Review, 131-134.

Morgan, B. (2017). Regulatory Transformations. Rethinking Economy - Society Interactions. LAW & SOCIETY REVIEW, 51(2), 451-453. doi:10.1111/lasr.12270

Chandrashekeran, S., Morgan, B., Coetzee, K., & Christoff, P. (2017). "Re-thinking the Green State beyond the Global North: A South African climate change case study." Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: WIREs Climate Change. doi:10.1002/wcc.473

Morgan, B. B., McNeill, J., & Blomfeld, I. (2017). "The Legal Roots of a Sustainable and Resilient Economy: New Kinds of Legal Entities, New Kinds of Lawyers?". In R. Levy, M. O'Brien, S. Rice, P. Ridge, & M. Thornton (Eds.), New Directions for Law in Australia: Essays in Contemporary Law Reform (pp. 399-406). Canberra: ANU Press.

Morgan, B. B., & Kuch, D. (2017). "Sharing Subjects and Legality: Ambiguities in Moving Beyond Neoliberalism." In V. Higgins, & W. Larner (Eds.), Assembling Neoliberalism (pp. 219-242). New York: Palgrave MacMillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-58204-1

DA Zetzsche, DW Arner, RP Buckley & JN Barberis, “Regulating a Revolution: From Regulatory Sandboxes to Smart Regulation”, forthcoming Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law accepted Sept 6, 2017, in press, available at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3018534 (LP150100269).

D Zetzsche, RP Buckley & DW Arner, “The Distributed Liability of Distributed Ledgers: Legal Risks of Blockchain”, forthcoming University of Illinois Law Review, accepted Aug 15, 2017, in press (LP150100269)

John Flood, "Foreword: Professions as Contingent Structures in a Perilous World" (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 211.

Justine Rogers, Dimity Kingsford Smith and John Chellew, "The Large Professional Service Firm: A New Force in the Regulative Bargain" (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 218.

Hugh Breakey and Charles Sampford, ‘Employed Professionals’ Ethical Responsibilities in Public Service and Private Enterprise: Dilemma, Priority and Synthesis’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 262.

Graham Greenleaf, ‘Review Essay: Technology and the Professions: Utopian and Dystopian Futures’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 302.

Hugh Breakey, ‘Building Ethics Regimes: Capabilities, Obstacles and Supports for Professional Ethical Decision-Making’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 322.

John K Morgan and Pamela Hanrahan, ‘Professional Indemnity Insurance: Compensating Consumers and Regulating Professionals’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 353.

Hugh Breakey and Charles Sampford, ‘National Exams as a Tool for Improving Standards: Can Australian Financial Advisors Take a Leaf from the Professionals’ Book?’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 385.

Dimity Kingsford Smith, Justine Rogers and Thomas Clarke ‘Banking and the Limits of Professionalism’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal, 411-455.

Scott Donald, ‘The application of the Basel III framework to the cash deposits held by APRA-regulated superannuation funds’ (2017) 28(1) Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice 33.

Scott Donald, ‘The world according to Bernie’ (2017) 29(3) Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin 39.

Scott Donald, ‘On rights, powers and duties’ (2017) 29(4) Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin 59.

Deborah Healey and Rob Nicholls, ‘Enhancing Competition: Challenges for Australian Retail Banking’ (2017) 28 Journal of Banking and Finance: Law and Practice 48.

Rob Nicholls, ‘Rights and Wrongs for Implanting Military RFID’ (2017) 36(1) IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 48.

Martin Cave and Rob Nicholls, ‘The use of spectrum auctions to attain multiple objectives: Policy Implications’ (2017) 41 (5–6) Telecommunications Policy, 367.

Rob Nicholls, ‘The Australian Telecommunications Regulatory Environment: An Overview’ (2017) 4(4) Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy 196.

Nehme M, ‘The rise of crowd equity funding: where to now? (2017) International Journal of Law in Context 1-24.

Armson E, ‘Flexibility in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel’ (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journal 460.

Kemp KR, "'The Big Chill'? A Comparative Analysis of Effects-Based Tests for Misuse of Market Power" (2017) 40 University of New South Wales Law Journl 493.

Weng, X. ‘Inside or Outside the Corporate Law Box? Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Social Responsibility in China’ (2017) 18 (1) European Business Organization Law Review 155, 155–191.

Weng, X., Babie, P. & Orth, J.‘The Honoré-Waldron Thesis: A Comparison of the Blend of Ideal-Typic Categories of Property in American, Chinese and Australian Law’ (2017) 94 Tulane Law Review.

Government Submissions

Scott Donald, 'Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission on the Laws Relating to Beneficiaries of Trusts,' 14 July 2017.

Scott Donald, 'Submission to The Treasury on Improving Accountability and Member Outcomes in Superannuation,' 14 August 2017.

Scott Donald, 'Submission to Senate Economics Committee on Superannuation Governance,' 29 September 2017.

Katharine Kemp, Anton Didenko, Louise Malady, Ross Buckley, 'Submission on the APRA Discussion Paper on Licensing: A Phased Approach to Authorising New Entrants to the Banking Industry,' 30 November 2017.

Books/Book Chapters

Scott Donald, ‘Climate Change and fiduciary investors: weathering a disaster scenario’ in Rosemary Lyster and Rob Verchick (eds.) Climate Disaster Law: Barriers and Opportunities (Edward Elgar: forthcoming in 2017).

Dimity Kingsford Smith and Olivia Dixon, “What Next for the Financial Consumer: More disclosure? Caveat Vendor? Fin-Tech Online?’ in Howells, Ramsay and Wilhelmsson (eds) Handbook of Research on International Consumer Law (forthcoming 2017)

RP Buckley, “How the International Monetary Fund Has Contributed to Global Poverty” in Edgeworth, Durbach & Sentas (eds), Law and poverty in Australia: 40 Years after the Poverty Commission (Sydney: Federation Press, 2017).

DW Arner, JN Barberis and RP Buckley, "RegTech: Building a Better Financial System”, in Lee & Deng (eds), Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance and Inclusion Vol I: Cryptocurrency, FinTech, InsurTech, and Regulation (Elsevier, 2017) 359-374 (LP150100269).

W Zhou, DW Arner and RP Buckley, “Regulating FinTech in China: From Permissive to Balanced,” in Lee & Deng (eds), Handbook of Digital Finance and Financial Inclusion Vol II: ChinaTech, Mobile Security, Distributed Ledger, and Blockchain, (Elsevier, 2017) 45-64 (LP150100269).

2016

Journal

E. Armson, 'Certainty in Decision-Making: An Assessment of the Australian Takeovers Panel' (2016) 38 Sydney Law Review 369.

R. Buckley, 'Reconceptualizing Global Financial Regula-tion' (2016) 36 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 242.

R. Buckley, D. Arner and J. Barberis, 'The Emergence of RegTech 2.0: From Know Your Customer to Know Your Data' (2016) 44 Journal of Financial Transformation 79.

R. Buckley, D. Arner and J. Barberis, '150 Years of FinTech: An Evolutionary Analysis' (2016) 3 JASSA 22.

R. Buckley, D. Arner and J. Barberis, 'The Evolution of FinTech: A New Post-Crisis Paradigm?' (2016) 47 Georgetown Journal of International Law 1271.

R. Buckley and I. Mas, 'Coming of Age of Digital Payments as a Field of Expertise' (2016) 2016 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy 71.

R. Buckley and R. Stanley, 'Protecting the West, Excluding the Rest: The Impact of the AML/CTF Regime on Financial Inclusion in the Pacific, and Potential Responses' (2016) 17 Melbourne Journal of International Law 1.

R. Buckley and S. Webster, 'FinTech in Developing Coun-tries: Charting New Customer Journeys' (2016) 44 Journal of Financial Transformation 151.

RP Buckley, D Arrner, and E Avgouleas, (eds) Reconceptual-ising Global Finance and Its Regulation, Cambridge Universi-ty Press, New York, 2016, 1-467

M. S. Donald, 'Don’t judge a trustee’s books by their cover …’ (2016) 28(9) Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin 127.

M. S. Donald, 'Of covenants and pygmy hippos’ (2016) 28(5) Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin 68.

M. S. Donald, H. Bateman, R. Buckley, K. Liu and R. Nicholls ‘Too Connected to Fail: The Regulation of Systemic Risk within Australia's Superannuation System’ (2016) 2(1) Journal of Financial Regulation 56.

M. S. Donald and S. Le Mire, 'Independence and the govern-ance of Australian superannuation funds’ (2016) 31 Australian Journal of Corporate Law 80.

M. Dowell-Jones and R. Buckley, ‘Bank levies in Australia: Lessons from Europe’ (2016) 27 Journal of Banking and Fi-nance Law and Practice 24.

D. J. Healey and R. Nicholls, 'Should Stability Reign? The Consumer Downside of Foregone Competition in Retain Banking Markets' (2016) 32 Banking and Finance Law Re-view 69.

M. J. Legg, 'A Comparison of Regulatory Enforcement, Class Actions and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Compensating Financial Consumers' (2016) 38 The Sydney Law Review 311.

R. Nicholls, ‘Spectrum Management Issues for Heterogene-ous Networks in Commons Spectrum’ (2016) 18(4) info 1.

D. Ramos, J. Solana, R. Buckley and J. Greenacre, ‘Protecting Mobile Money Customer Funds in Civil Law Juris-dictions’ (2016) 65(3) International & Comparative Law Quar-terly 705.

Book Chapters

E. Armson and U. Varottil, ‘Mergers and Acquisitions’, Australia and India - A Comparative Overview of the Law and Legal Practice (Universal Law Publishing, India, 2016).

Book

P. Hanrahan and J. Farrar, Corporate Governance (LexisNexis, 2016)

R. Buckley and D. Arner, From Crisis to Crisis: The Global Financial System and Regulatory Failure (Kluwer Law Inter-natonal, The Hague, 2011) translated into Chinese and re-published by China University of Political Science and Law Press, Beijing (2016).

Research Paper Series 

Independence and the Governance of Superannuation Funds M Scott Donald and Suzanne Le Mire (16-1)

A Servant of Two Masters? Conflicts of Duty in the Australian Financial Services Industry M Scott Donald (16-2)

Independence in Practice: Superannuation Fund Governance through the Eyes of Fund Directors  M Scott Donald and Suzanne Le Mire (16-3)

A National Exam for Financial Advisers: Panacea, check-box or integrity system?,  Hugh Breakey and Charles Sampford (16-4)

Structural Types of Professional Regulation: Comparative Case Studies in Australia and the UK ,  John Chellew and Alex Roberts (16-5)

Professional Indemnity Insurance: Compensating Consumers and  Regulating Professionals, John K Morgan and Pamela Hanrahan (16-6)

The Promise of Professionalism in the 21st Century, Justine Rogers, Dimity Kingsford Smith, Thomas Clarke and John Chellew (16-7)

FinTech, RegTech and the Reconceptualization of Financial Regulation, Douglas W. Arner, Janos Nathan Barberis and Ross P. Buckley (16-8)

 

2015

Journal

W Zhou, DW Arner, and RP Buckley, ‘Regulation of Digital Financial Services in China: Last Mover Advantage?’ (2015) Tsinghua China Law Review 8(1)

RP Buckley, ‘Reconceptualizing the Regulation of Global Fi-nance’ (2015) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (Advanced access)

RP Buckley and F Lupo-Pasini, ‘Global Systemic Risk and International Regulatory Coordination: Squaring Sovereignty and Financial Stability’ (2015) American University Interna-tional Law Review 30(4)

F Lupo-Pasini and RP Buckley, ‘International Coordination in Cross-Border Bank Bail-ins: Problems and Prospects’ (2015) European Business Organization Law Review 16 (2)

A Butt, MS Donald, FD Foster, S Thorp, and G Warren 'The Australian superannuation system post Stronger Super: views from fund executives' (2015) 9(2) Law and Financial Markets Review 106

MS Donald and R Nicholls ‘Bank custodians and systemic risk in the Australian superannuation system' (2015) 26 Jour-nal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice 25

A Butt, MS Donald, FD Foster, S Thorp, and GJ Warren ‘Design of MySuper default funds: influences and out-comes’ (2015) Accounting & Finance

RP Buckley and L Malady, "Building Consumer Demand for Digital Financial Services – The New Regulatory Frontier -- Part II”, (2015) The Banking Law Journal 132 (1)

E Gibson, F Lupo Pasini and RP Buckley, “Regulating Digital Financial Services Agents in Developing Countries to Pro-mote Financial Inclusion”, (2015) Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 26-45

J Greenacre, RP Buckley and L Malady, “The Regulation of Mobile Money: A Case Study of Malawi", (2015) 14 Global Stud-ies Law Review 435-497

RP Buckley, RH Weber & M Dowell-Jones, “A Swiss Finish for Australia? – Ways to Enhance the Resilience of Systemically Important Banks”, (2015) 10 (1) Capital Markets Law Journal 41-70

Book chapters

B Morgan "Upside Down and Inside Out: Regulators and Regulatory Processes in Contemporary Perspective" in The Handbook of Law and Society, (eds A. Sarat and P. Ewick) Wiley Press: Hoboken 2015, pp 150-167

RP Buckley and W Zhou, “Negotiating the International Eco-nomic Legal Order: Who Has Done Best, China or the West?”, in Picker, Toohey & Greenacre (eds), China in the New Interna-tional Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Para-digms, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015)

RP Buckley, “From regional fragmentation to coherence: a way forward for East Asia”, in Mercurio & Lim (eds), Interna-tional Economic Law after the Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 107-133

B.Morgan and S.Sterett, “Regulation and Administration”. in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Scienc-es, (ed J. Wright) 2nd edition, Vol 20. Oxford: Elsevier 2015. pp. 160–165

Government submissions

RP Buckley ‘Submission to the Australian Payments Plan Consultation: Shaping the Future of Australian Payments’, July 2015.

MS Donald ‘Submission to Treasury on Independence of Di-rectors on Superannuation Funds’, July 2015.

RP Buckley, L Malady & E Gibson ‘Submission to Treasury on Financial System Inquiry Final Report – Purchased Pay-ment Facilities’, March, 2015.

Research Paper Series

It’s a Small World after all: Using social network analysis to investigate systemic risk in the Australian superannuation sector  Rob Nicholls and Kevin Liu (15-1)

The Nature of Competition in Australian Retail Banking Rob Nicholls and Carolyn Evans (15-2)

Balancing Competition and Stability in Australian Retail Banking Rob Nicholls and Deborah Healey (15-4)

Product Intervention Powers: a Legal, Comparative & Policy Analysis, Dimity Kingsford Smith and Marine Nehme (15-5)

Regulatory Handbook: The Enabling Regulation of Digital Financial Services, Louise Malady, Ross Buckley and Cheng-Yun Tsang (December 2015) 1-124

 

2014

Journal

E. Armson, 'Lessons for the Australian Takeovers Panel from the United Kingdom’ (2014) 29 Australian Journal of Corporate Law 295.

E. Armson, 'High Court Clarifies Market Manipulation Definition' (2014) 32 Company and Securities Law Journal 146.

M. Bowman, ‘Development and Global Sustainability: The Case for Corporate Climate Finance’ (2014) Harvard College Review of Environment & Society 8.

M. Bowman, G. Gilligan and J. O’Brien, ‘Foreign Investment Law and Policy in Australia: A Critical Analysis’ (2014) Law and Financial Markets Review 6.

M.S. Donald, ‘The proper approach to a trustee’s right to indemnity out of trust assets’ (2014) 8 Journal of Equity 283

M.S. Donald, J. Ormiston and K.  Charlton, ‘The potential for superannuation funds to make investments with a social impact’ (2014) 32 Companies and Securities Law Journal 540.

G. Gilligan and M. Bowman, ‘State Capital: Global and Australian Perspectives’ (2014) 37(2) Seattle University Law Review 597.

G. Gilligan and D. Song, ‘Smog, Self Interest and Regulating Markets: The Commons Approach and the Establishment of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme’ (2014) Law and Financial Markets Review 361.

G. Gilligan, ‘Perspectives: Whistleblowing protections and judicial activism in the US Supreme Court’, (2014), 8 (1) Law and Financial Markets Review 4. 

R. Nicholls, ‘Something to remember him by: Commissioner Joaquίn Almunia’s farewell gift’ (2014) Law and Financial Markets Review315.

R. Nicholls and J. O’Brien, ‘Hanging Together or Hanging Separately: Is Competition Law in the Process of Eclipsing Financial Regulation?’ (2014) 8 (2) Law and Financial Markets Review 178.

J. O’Brien, ‘Disputatious Allies or Political Rivals: Inter-Governmental Relations in Financial Regulation in the Aftermath of the Standard Chartered Settlement’ (2014) 8 Law and Financial Markets Review 13.

J. O’Brien, ‘Culture, Codes of Conduct and the Limits of Enforcement’ (2014) 8 Law and Financial Markets Review 1.

J. O' Brien,  G. Gilligan & S. Miller. ‘Culture and the Future of Financial Regulation: How to Embed Restraint in the Interests of Systemic Stability’ (2014) 8 (2) Law and Financial Markets Review115.

J. O’Brien, ‘Culture Wars: Rate Manipulation, Institutional Corruption and the Lost Normative Foundations of Market Conduct Regulation’ (2014) 37 Seattle University Law Review 375. 

J. O’Brien and O. Dixon, ‘Deferred Prosecutions in the Corporate Sector: Lessons from Libor’ (2014) 37 Seattle University Law Review 475. 

J. O’Brien, ‘Too Big to Fail or Too Hard to Remember: Lessons from the New Deal in Dealing with Systemically Important Institutions’ (2014) 8(3) Law and Financial Markets Review 249

J. O’Brien, ‘Fixing the fix: governance, culture, ethics and the extending perimeter of financial regulation (2014) Law and Financial Markets Review 373.

Book Chapters

R. Nicholls ‘Broadcasting Regulation’ in A Companion to the Australian Media, ed. Bridget Griffen-Foley. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, October 2014.

R. Nicholls ‘Telstra’ in A Companion to the Australian Media, ed. Bridget Griffen-Foley. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, October 2014.

J. O’Brien, ‘Professional Obligation, Ethical Awareness and Capital Market Regulation’ in N. Morris and D. Vines (eds.), Capital Failure (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).

Research Paper Series

M. Bowman, G. Gilligan and J. O’Brien, CLMR Research Paper Series Working Paper 14-1: Australian Foreign Investment Law and Policy in the Asian Century, Feb 2014.

G. Gilligan, J. O’Brien and M. Bowman, ‘Sovereign Wealth Funds: The Good Guy Investment Actors?’, CLMR Research Paper Series Working Paper No. 14-2, May 2014.

M.S. Donald and R. Nicholls, Bank Custodians and Systemic Risk in the Australian Superannuation System’, CLMR Research Paper Series Working Paper No. 14-4, July 2014.

M. Bowman, Development and Global Sustainability: The Case for ‘Corporate Climate Finance’, CLMR Research Paper Series Working Paper No. 14-5, July 2014.