Nijhoff international trade law series ; 15. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328044.
Taking position from the recent 2007-2009 financial crisis, Credit Ratings and Market Over-reliance: An International Legal Analysis by Francesco De Pascalis provides an in depth legal and regulatory analysis of the concept of over-reliance in the use of ratings and how regulation facilitates over-reliance is different from mere reliance on credit ratings. Not only does the book provide an incisive doctrinal analysis of the concept of over-reliance, it also considers over-reliance from a comparative and international perspective by reviewing legal and regulatory developments under European Union and US law and how over-reliance has been addressed in international financial regulation.
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Reliance Versus Over-reliance The 'Good' Aspects of Credit Ratings: A Basis for Reliance Reliance Versus Influence: A Roadmap toward the Risk of Over-reliance Over-reliance on External Credit Ratings: In Search of a Meaning Regulatory Approaches at the National, International and Regional Levels to Address Over-reliance on Credit Ratings Regulatory Approaches against Over-reliance and Their Implementation Reviewing the Debate on Over-reliance and Approaches against It Conclusions.
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Print version: De Pascalis, Francesco, author. Credit ratings and market over-reliance Leiden : Brill Nijhoff, 2017