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M. Konrad Borowicz

Assistant Professor | Tilburg University

RESEARCH 

Selected publications

A Theoretical Framework for Law and Macro-Finance

Journal of Financial Regulation  9(1) 2023, pp. 55–71

 

Law and Macro-Finance of Corporate Debt

International Insolvency Law Review 31(3) 2022, pp. 343-362

Also published in Chinese 公司债务的法律和宏观金融:通过破产管理商业周期

Comparative Studies (比较), 130(1), 2024

Law, Liquidity and Monetary Policy

University of Pittsburgh Law Review 83(4) 2022

The Mechanisms of Loan Market Efficiency

Review of Banking and Financial Law 41 (1), 2021-2022

Contracts as Regulation: the ISDA Master Agreement

Capital Markets Law Journal 16(1) 2021, pp. 72-94

Other publications

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Evolution of Transnational Rule-Makers through Crises (ed. Panagiotis Delimatsis, Stephanie Bijlmakers and M. Konrad Borowicz)

In recent years transnational private regulators have emerged and multiplied. In this book, experts from various academic disciplines offer empirically grounded case studies and theoretical insights into the evolution and resilience of these bodies through crises. Transnational private regulators display considerable flexibility if compared to public institutions both in exercising their rule-making functions and adapting and transforming in light of endogenous or exogenous crises events calling for change. The contributors identify such events and reflect on their impact on transnational private rule-makers. This edited volume covers important areas of global production and finance that are associated with private rule-making and delves into procedural, substantive and practical elements of private rule-making processes. At a policy level, the book provides comparisons among practices of private bodies in various areas, allowing for important lessons to be drawn for all public and private stakeholders active in, or affected by, private and public rule-making. This title is Open Access.

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