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Independence, accountability and transparency: are the conventional accountability mechanisms suitable for the European Systemic Risk Board?

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Independence, accountability and transparency : are the conventional accountability mechanisms suitable for the European Systemic Risk Board? / Keller, Anat.

In: International Company and Commercial Law Review, Vol. 28, No. 5, 06.04.2017, p. 176-195.

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Keller, A 2017, 'Independence, accountability and transparency: are the conventional accountability mechanisms suitable for the European Systemic Risk Board?', International Company and Commercial Law Review, vol. 28, no. 5, pp. 176-195. <https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/Document/I0ED8BA501B6911E78F4AA28966FB4538/View/FullText.html?originationContext=document&transitionType=DocumentItem&contextData=%28sc.Default%29&comp=wluk>

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Keller, A. (2017). Independence, accountability and transparency: are the conventional accountability mechanisms suitable for the European Systemic Risk Board? International Company and Commercial Law Review, 28(5), 176-195. https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/Document/I0ED8BA501B6911E78F4AA28966FB4538/View/FullText.html?originationContext=document&transitionType=DocumentItem&contextData=%28sc.Default%29&comp=wluk

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Keller A. Independence, accountability and transparency: are the conventional accountability mechanisms suitable for the European Systemic Risk Board? International Company and Commercial Law Review. 2017 Apr 6;28(5):176-195.

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Keller, Anat. / Independence, accountability and transparency : are the conventional accountability mechanisms suitable for the European Systemic Risk Board?. In: International Company and Commercial Law Review. 2017 ; Vol. 28, No. 5. pp. 176-195.

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