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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Juristische Fakultät | Law & Society Institute Berlin | Termine | Prof. Dr. Daniel Bradlow: "Building a Better Financial System: Can a Human Rights Analysis Add Value to International Financial Regulation?"

Prof. Dr. Daniel Bradlow: "Building a Better Financial System: Can a Human Rights Analysis Add Value to International Financial Regulation?"

Vortragsreihe "Recht, Politik, Wirtschaft"
  • Prof. Dr. Daniel Bradlow: "Building a Better Financial System: Can a Human Rights Analysis Add Value to International Financial Regulation?"
  • 2017-06-26T18:00:00+02:00
  • 2017-06-26T20:00:00+02:00
  • Vortragsreihe "Recht, Politik, Wirtschaft"
Wann 26.06.2017 von 18:00 bis 20:00 (Europe/Vienna / UTC200) iCal
Wo Juristische Fakultät, Kommode, Bebelplatz 2, Raum E44/E46

About the lecture:

This lecture will demonstrate that incorporating a human rights analysis into the formulation and content of the international financial regulatory standards can improve financial regulation and can produce more robust and inclusive financial systems. It will also argue that such a human rights analysis raises challenging questions for both human rights law and for financial regulation.

 

Prof. Dr. Daniel Bradlow is the SARCHI  Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria and Professor Emeritus, American University Washington College of Law. He is a former head of the International Economic Relations and Policy Department, South African Reserve Bank and Chair, Independent Review Mechanism, African Development Bank.

 

In der Vortragsreihe "Recht, Politik, Wirtschaft" erkunden die Vortragenden in Fortsetzung der Ringvorlesung „Recht & ...“ im Sommersemester 2017 aus interdisziplinärer Perspektive Interdependenzen ebenso wie Spannungslinien und Bruchstellen zwischen den gesellschaftlichen Teilsystemen Recht, Politik und Wirtschaft in unterschiedlichen nationalen und transnationalen Kontexten.