The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Ownership Narrative

Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 3, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Jason Kuffer) In 2010, the Securities and Exchange … Continue reading The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Ownership Narrative

Two-Level Games of International Environmental NGOs in China

Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 3, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Vin Crosbie) Acknowledging profound environmental and social consequences … Continue reading Two-Level Games of International Environmental NGOs in China

Rebuilding Justice

A Review of The Collapse of American Criminal Justice, by William Stuntz Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 3, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of … Continue reading Rebuilding Justice

Economic Regulation and the Presumption Against Extraterritoriality

A New Justification Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 3, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Mitchell Shapiro) In Morrison v. … Continue reading Economic Regulation and the Presumption Against Extraterritoriality

Blowing in the Wind

Answers for Federal Whistleblowers Note from the Digital Editor: In order to highlight the high-level of research and scholarship from the authors who have published in the William & Mary Policy Review’s peer-reviewed print journal, we have reproduced the abstracts from Volume 3, Issue 2 along with a link to an electronic copy of the full form of the piece.  (image by Jenna Ndjon) Whistleblower protection … Continue reading Blowing in the Wind