The National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi invites papers for a national-level seminar titled “Financial Law & Policy: An Inter-disciplinary Approach” to be held at the National Law University, Delhi (NLU Delhi) on December 1, 2012.
To engage with a wider audience in a constructive debate over the various issues of contemporary relevance raised in FSLRC’s Terms of Reference, the broad issues from which the authors may choose are:
i) Appropriate means of oversight over financial regulators and their autonomy from the government;
ii) Consumer protection as an aspect of financial regulations;
iii) Role of the Central Bank in financial market regulation and supervision
iv) Resolution of financial firms;
v) Principle-based or ruled-based legislation: what will work in India?
vi) Unified regulator or sectoral regulator: which will work in Indi?
vii) Financial Regulation and competition policy
viii) Emergency powers in systemic risk situation
ix) Legal process in financial regulation
More details on Ajay Shah’s blog.