George Georgiev on the Public-Private Divide

George Georgiev, associate professor of law at Emory University, joins the Business Scholarship Podcast to discuss his article The Breakdown of the Public–Private Divide in Securities Law: Causes, Consequences, and Reforms. In this article Georgiev traces a breakdown in the division between public and private capital markets as stemming from two decades of deregulatory developments. This breakdown, he contends, has reduced the explanatory value of the public-private divide in securities regulation, a condition that can likely only be remedied through congressional action.