What About Psychological Actors? Behavioral Analysis of Equator Principle Adoption and its Implications

Chan, Matthew
December 2012
German Law Journal;Dec2012, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p1339
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the behavior of modern transnational regulators. Particular focus is offered for the regulatory program Equator Principles and presents an analysis of its relationship with its governing body, the Equator Principle Financial Institutions (EPFI) using behavioral theories of decision making. It discusses the 1976 MGM film "Network," starring Peter Finch to highlight the role of private corporations in governance traditionally reserved for states.


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