The Impact of Enforcement: A Reflection

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Professor Jackson seeks to tease out the “not inconsiderable challenges” scholars might face in attempting to confirm or rebut Professor Coffee’s core argument—“that higher levels of enforcement in the United States provide a genuine benefit to U.S. financial markets.” After considering a number of problems that complicate the comparison process, Jackson suggest two alternative approaches that might help overcome the complexities he identifies: 1) “focus on technical measures of financial performance;” and 2) “examin[e] the behavior of market participants.”

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