Assistant Professor of Law
Natasha Sarin’s interests in law teaching and scholarship are at the intersection of law and finance. Her current research focuses on financial regulation, with papers on both consumer finance and macroprudential risk management.
Articles and Book Chapters
More publications can be found here.
How to Make Banks Too Safe to Fail (August 2, 2019), U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 19-30. (forthcoming)
What’s in Your Wallet (and What Should the Law Do About it?), U. CHI. L. REV. (forthcoming). (forthcoming 2020)
On Market-Based Approaches to the Valuation of Capital, in HANDBOOK OF FINANCIAL STRESS TESTING (Forthcoming) (with Lawrence H. Summers). (forthcoming)
The Impact of the Durbin Amendment on Banks, Merchants, and Consumers (January 31, 2019), U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 19-06 (with Vladimir Mukharlyamov). (forthcoming)
Private Equity Ownership, Risk-Taking, and Performance in the Life and Annuities Industry (with Divya Kirti). (forthcoming)
The Impact of Job-Protected Leave on Female Leave-Taking and Employment Outcomes. (forthcoming)