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International Academy of Comparative Law: General Report on the Liability of Credit Rating Agencies

The XXIth World Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law was held in Asunción, Paraguay, from October 23 to 28, 2022. Patrick C. Leyens has been appointed general rapporteur of the XXVIth section on „The Liability of Credit Rating Agencies". The general report is based on the country reports (special reports) of experts from 20 jurisdictions. The general report and the country reports, together with thematic papers, will be published by Intersentia, Antwerp/Cambridge. The edited volume is expected in mid 2023. 

List of Special Reporters:

Australia (Pamela Hanrahan, UNSW Business School, Sydney)
Austria (Susanne Kalss, Florian Ebner, and Jakob Jaritz, Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Brazil (Rodrigo Fialho Borges, Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School, São Paulo)
Canada (Jakub Adamski, McGill University, Montreal )
China (Flora Huang, University of Derby, and Junhai Liu, Renmin University of China, Beijing)
France (Bénédicte François, Université Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne, Paris XII)
India (Umakanth Varottil, National University of Singapore)
Israel (Roy Shapira, Reichmann University, Herzliya)
Italy (Antonello Miranda, University of Palermo)
Japan (Toshiaki Yamanaka, University of Tsukuba, Tokyo)
Netherlands (Titiaan Keijzer, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam)
Poland (Jacek Jastrzebski, University of Warsaw, and Kamil Liberadzki, SGH Warsaw School of Economics)
Portugal (José Ferreira Gomes, University of Lisboa)
Singapore (Christian Witting, National University of Singapore)
Spain (Carlos Gomez Ligüerre, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona)
Türkiye (Tuba Akçura Karaman, Galatasaray University, Istanbul)
UK (Eilís Ferran, University of Cambridge)
USA (Jeffrey Manns, George Washington University, Washington D.C.)
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EU / law & economics (Gerhard Wagner, Humboldt University Berlin)
Private international law aspects (Frederick Rieländer, University of Osnabrück)
CRA’s liabilities and ESG (Daniel Cash, Aston Law School, Birmingham)

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