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Feel the rhythm of modern Porto at the House of Music, a concert hall located in a spectacular, minimalist building, designed by visionary architect Rem Koolhas. It is considered to have the best acoustics in the world, and is emblematic of modern day Porto. Get a feel for the older Porto by wandering through the Ribeira neighbourhood, on the banks of the Douro.
To succeed in this daunting control task, powerful mechanisms should be at work in brain circuits. Their properties should encompass the capacity: 1. to choose an appropriate set of motor commands among an infinite number of solutions (degrees of freedom problem); 2.
Austin Houlihan, Senior Manager at Deloitte, commented: « Despite a poor on pitch season in 2013/14, United’s commercial strategy of securing global and regional partners is delivering substantial growth. Commercial revenue has grown 83% in the last three years. Thanks to the latest Premier League media deals, broadcast revenue also increased 34% to 162.3m (135.8m).
But perhaps in this disconnect lies clues to important normative forces at work in international finance, and in particular the international capital markets.The proposition put forward here is that the formal regulation of financial markets is supported by a body of strong and persistent customary law, a lex mercatoria, a rarely acknowledged but powerful undercurrent in finance, especially in its international iteration.Is it possible that the global financial crisis represented not only a failure of formal, state led regulation, as it surely did, but also a breakdown of a lex mercatoria of finance? If that is the case, international standard setters and national regulators ignore this lex mercatoria at their peril. To do so, would be to miss a true, powerful, source of normativity operating in international financial markets.The speakerCally Jordan, LLB’77, BCL’80, has spent over fifteen years with the World Bank, both as a consultant and as a full time advisor, on commercial, financial, corporate governance and corporate law in numerous countries. Between 1991 and 1996, she was Associate Professor at the McGill’s Faculty of Law and member of the Institute of Comparative Law.