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SPECIAL ISSUE: THE BASEL COMMITTEE ON BANKING SUPERVISION
1. ARTICLES Thirty Years After the Basel Accord and Ten After the Financial Crisis: the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and its Place in International Economic Law Matteo Ortino Capturing Commitment in Informal Soft Law Instruments a Case Study on the Basel Committee Enrico Milano and Niccolò Zugliani The Governance of Global Banking in the Face of Complexity Matteo Ortino The European Union in the Transnational Financial Regulatory Arena: The Case of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Annamaria Viterbo Public Administrative Law in a Globalized Concept: Legal Nature of the Collaboration of the EU and the Basel Committee Erzsébet Csatlós Governance of the Global Financial System: The Legitimacy of the BCBS 10 years after the 2008 Crisis Jose Gustavo Prieto Muñoz Basel and the IASB: Accountability Interdependencies and Consequences for Prudential Regulation Jan Riepe
2. BOOK REVIEWS Emissions Trading Schemes Under International Economic Law. By JAMES MUNRO Bradly J. Condon The Misery of International Law: Confrontations with Injustice in the Global Economy. By JOHN LINARELLI, MARGOT SALOMON, and MUTHUCUMARASWAMY SORNARAJAH Nicolás M. Perrone