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Professor Anderson Posts on Columbia Law School's Blue Sky Blog

Professor John P. Anderson recently contributed to Columbia Law School's Blue Sky Blog with his post entitled, "Insider Trading and the Myth of Market Confidence." To read the article, click here.

Throughout his career, Professor Anderson's scholarship has focused on securities enforcement, white collar crime, and intersections of law and philosophy (e.g., business ethics, constitutionalism, problems of pluralism, and human rights). His recent articles address the law and ethics of insider trading, the problem of how to build a just and enduring constitutional order in the face of increasing religious and cultural pluralism, and the theoretical underpinnings of our international human rights regime.

He has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals (e.g., Law & Philosophy, Journal of Law and Religion, and Contemporary Pragmatism) and in top law journals (most recently in the Journal of Corporation Law, Washington University Journal of Law & Policy, Temple Law Review, Utah Law Review, and University of Miami Law Review). Professor Anderson recently published a book with Cambridge University Press, Insider Trading: Law Ethics and Reform, and he is a frequent contributor to the Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog.

To learn more about Professor John Anderson, you can read his faculty biography.