The SEC's Role in the Global Era: How the SEC Will Protect U.S. Investors in Foreign Markets

@inproceedings{Kaczmarek2001TheSR,
  title={The SEC's Role in the Global Era: How the SEC Will Protect U.S. Investors in Foreign Markets},
  author={Derek W. Kaczmarek},
  year={2001}
}
Globalization has affected the political, economic, social, and technological spheres of the Earth.1 Globalization's reach is also extending to and transforming the world's financial sector, creating2 the potential for a redistribution of wealth among countries throughout the world3 by enabling people to invest in, and profit from, other countries, regions, and continents. Up to this point, corporations have been the primary international investors and have accomplished this through direct… CONTINUE READING

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