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Corporate Governance & the Global Financial Collapse of 2008

This Guide has been designed for Professor Finneran's Corporate Governance Class Fall 2013.  It is designed as a resource that you can use by accessing the tabs above.  It will assist you in gathering background information in treatises, law and business journals and newspapers.  It will also aid you in locating the major statutes: Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank and administrative information concerning implementation.  Information on locating litigation arising from the crisis is available under the litigation tab and company information resources are linked under the Company Information tab. If you have any questions please stop by the reference desk in the library and we will be glad to provide individual advice on your project. 

 

Stock Market Crash of 1929

The Stock Market Crash of 1929 Tab can be used to research the causes and responses to the crisis.  Also, the role played both pre-crisis and post-crisis of various actors (shareholders, management, directors, government, judiciary)  can be researched using the sugested resources.  The legislative and regulatory responses occasioned by the crisis such as shareholder deriviative actions and the role of criminal law can also be investigated.

 

Rise of JP Morgan

 

Lehman Brothers

 

"Greed is Good" speech from Wall Street

 
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