Ryan Clements Articles

CV & Publications

CURRICULUM VITAE

SSRN PROFILE

Regulating Fintech: Comparison, Challenges and Opportunities, (forthcoming, 2019) University of Calgary, School of Public Policy, SPP Research Papers. Available Here

Evaluating The Costs and Benefits Of A Smart Contract Blockchain Framework For Credit Default Swaps (forthcoming, January 2019), William & Mary Business Law Review Available Here

Rewarding Innovation or Facilitating Conflict: Exploring The Legal Implications of Teacherpreneurship (forthcoming, January 2019), Journal of Law & Education Available Here

Assessing The Evolution of Cryptocurrency: Demand Factors, Latent Value and Regulatory Developments (forthcoming, Fall 2018), Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review Available Here

Trump’s “Big-League” Tax Reform: Assessing the Impact and Constitutionality of The President’s Proposed Changes” 7 Mich. Bus. & Entrepreneurial L. Rev. 1 (2017).  Available Here

(with Moin Yahya), “Private Interests, Public Borders, and NAFTA’s Chapter 11: Lessons from the Mad Cow Saga” (2007) 45:2 Alta. L. Rev. 381-399 Available Here

DUKE GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKETS CENTRE COMMENTARY

Safe Until They Aren’t? Investigating Liquidity Illusions In The Exchange Traded Fund Market, Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Centre, Financial Regulation Blog (December 6, 2018) (Available Here)

Can a Cryptocurrency Self-Regulatory Organization Work? Assessing Its Promise and Likely Challenges, Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Centre, Financial Regulation Blog (June 21, 2018) (Available Here)

Blockchain is Overhyped, Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Centre, Financial Regulation Blog (April 5, 2018) (Available Here)

If We Can, Does It Mean That We Should? Volatility Linked ETPs and The Recent Crash Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Centre, Financial Regulation Blog (February 10, 2018) (Available Here)

Why A Bitcoin Bubble Is A Good Thing, Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Centre, Financial Regulation Blog (December 5, 2017) (Available Here)

The Case For A Cryptocurrency Market Bubble, Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Centre, Financial Regulation Blog (November 22, 2017) (Available Here)

New CFTC Primer Casts Uncertainty on Unregulated Utility Token Market. Is This An Application of Goodhart’s Law? Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Center, Financial Regulation Blog (November 13, 2017) (Available Here).

Decoding The Demand For Cryptocurrency: What Is Driving The Historic Price Surge? Duke University School of Law, Global Financial Markets Center, Financial Regulation Blog (September 26, 2017) (Available Here).

Is an ICO a Sale of Securities? An Analysis of The DAO Offering, Duke University School of Law, Financial Regulation Blog (August 24, 2017) (Available Here)

MEDIA MENTIONS

Paul Vigna, Winklevoss Effort To Self-Regulate Cryptocurrency Gets Members, The Wall Street Journal (August 20, 2018) [quoted on factors required for self-regulatory organizations to be successful in the cryptocurrency industry] (Available Here)

The Startup Economy, Canadian Lawyer Magazine (March 6, 2017) [quoted on impact of entrepreneurialism and the start-up economy on the practice of Canadian law]

CITATIONS

Shannan Cohney, David A Hoffman, Jeremy Sklaroff, & David Wishnick, Coin-Operated Capitalism, Columbia Law Review, Forthcoming; U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 18-37, available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3215345 (cited at Footnote 191).

American Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association, Settlement of International Disputes Between Canada and the USA, 35 Can.-U.S. L.J. 9 (cited at Footnote 40).

BOOKS

Unsuited: How We Can Reject Conventional Career Advice and Find Empowerment (Sense Publishers, 2014) (Available Here)

 

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