Professor John C. Coffee Jr. Addresses U.N. General Assembly on the Role of Credit Rating Agencies
New York, September 11, 2013—Columbia Law Professor John C. Coffee Jr. addressed the United Nations General Assembly Sept. 10 in a high-level thematic debate on the role of credit rating agencies in the global economy. Coffee, the Adolf A. Berle Professor of Law, served as a panelist at the invitation of Assembly President Vuk Jeremić, who convened a discussion of the growing role of agencies that issue credit ratings.
|Professor John C. Coffee Jr. addresses the United Nations General Assembly|