The Teaching of Financial Services Regulation: A Contextual View

John. A. Consiglio


This paper discusses issues and developments that relate to the teaching of bank regulation in tertiary institutions. It considers how course content, teaching texts, and methodology, can become subject to issues like specific, historical, and jurisdictional, cultures and contexts for the discipline. It considers how economic and political approaches impact such teaching. How banking regulations tools are used, and course structures are built, are matters which impinge on the type of trained personnel who later eventually leave academia and end up working on regulatory or compliance matters.

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International Journal of Financial Research
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