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The Cost of Antitrust Law to Malaysia's Financial Services Sector

Bryane Michael, Mark Williams
2014 Social Science Research Network  
By staying the course, Malaysian banks can continue to earn about 15 billion ringgits (approximately US$4.6 billion in anticompetitive rents).  ...  The best compliance programme for banks in Malaysia likely consists of actions that avoid detection rather than detecting and preventing anticompetitive behaviour.  ...  The World Bank do not provide comparable data for the US and UK. Source: World Bank (2014).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2488904 fatcat:ua3soz4rbreb3dwp3foffyryyy

Fluency Machines: Semiocapitalism, Disability, and Action

Joshua St Pierre
By exposing in the domains of political theory and political economy the underlying conception of a "sovereign speaker" fully in command of their speech, this dissertation both critiques practices of communication  ...  In this dissertation I argue that the demand for maximal connection and information flow takes an embodied toll on its subjects.  ...  I argue in this dissertation that we cheapen speech by filtering it through the logic of capital.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-x9mt-dz02 fatcat:egkf27hc3jcbdhxgypalrvxwbe