More than at any other time, the world is relying on a mixture of overlapping organizations and rules that blend national and international means for regulating markets. Orfeo Fioretos' talk addresses the origins of market regulation before and after the 2008 crisis. At the center are explorations into how ideological and institutional battles have defined post-crisis market regulation since the 1970s, how the global economic order is being remade since 2008, and what the next chapter of the 21st century capitalism may look like.

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