• K. Alexander, Principles of Banking Regulation, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2018 (forthcoming)
  • K. Alexander, C. Barnard, E. Ferran, A. Lang & N. Moloney, Brexit and Financial Services: Law and Policy, Hart Publishing, Oxford 2018 (link)
  • K. Alexander, B. Rider, S. Bazley & J. Bryant (2016), Market Abuse and Insider Dealing (3rd edition, London: Bloomsbury).
  • K.  Alexander (2009), Economic Sanctions: Law and Public Policy (London: Macmillan Palgrave).
  • K. Alexander, R. Dhumale & J. Eatwell (2006), Global Governance of Financial Systems: The International Regulation of Systemic Risk (Oxford: Oxford University Press).  

Edited Books

  • K. Alexander & R. Dhumale (2012) Research Handbook on International Financial Regulation (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing) (20 chapters, 446 pages).  
  • K. Alexander & N. Moloney (2011) Law Reform and Financial Markets (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing).
  • K. Alexander & M. Andenas (2008) The World Trade Organisation and Trade in Services (Leiden: Brill/Martinus/Nijhof) (22 chapters, 968 pages).
  • K. Alexander (2004-present) US Anti-Money Laundering Law and the Financial Sector, Butterworths Looseleaf Guide on Money Laundering Law and Practice. 

Academic Articles

Policy Reports

Major Commissioned Reports and Parliamentary Evidence

Book Chapters

  • K. Alexander (2017), 'The European Central Bank's supervisory powers: the need for enhanced macro-prudential supervision', in European Central Bank (ed.), ECB Legal Conference 2017, Shaping a new legal order for Europe: a tale of crises and opportunities (European Central Bank) 349-368
  • K. Alexander (2017), 'Liability for Mis-selling and a Bank's Duty of Care - England and Wales', in D. Busch & C. van Dam (eds.), A Bank's Duty of Care (Hart) 249-284.
  • K. Alexander (2016), 'Selected Aspects of International Regulation and Policy: Reforming International Financial Regulation Along Macro-Prudential Lines', in M. Andenas & G. Deipenbrock (eds.), Regulating and Supervising European Financial Markets: More Risks than Achievements (Springer) 215-229.
  • K. Alexander & S. L. Schwarcz (2016), 'The Macroprudential Quandary: Unsystematic Efforts to Reform Financial Regulation', in R. P. Buckley, E. Avgouleas & D. W. Arner (eds.), Reconceptualising Global Finance and its Regulation (Cambridge University Press) 127-158.
  • K. Alexander (2015), 'The Role of Capital in Banking Stability' in N. Moloney, E. Ferran and J. Payne (eds.), Oxford Handbook on Financial Regulation (Oxford University Press) 334-363.
  • K. Alexander (2015), 'Regulating Sovereign Bond Contract in Europe', in S grundmann, F. Möslein & K. Riesenhuber (eds.), Contract Governance. Dimensions in Law & Interdisciplinary Research (Oxford University Press) 451-460.
  • K. Alexander (2015), 'The EU Single Rulebook: Capital Requirements for Banks and the Maximum Harmonisation Principle', in L. M. Hinojosa-Martinez & J. M. Beneyto (eds.) European Banking Union, (Wolters Kluwer), 21-32.
  • J. Eatwell/J.-B. Gossé/K. Alexander (2014) 'Financial Markets and International Regulation', in: J. Eatwell et al. (eds.), Challenges for Europe in the World (Ashgate), 105-137. 
  • K. Alexander (2014) 'International economic law and macro-prudential regulation', in: T. Cottier et al. (eds.), The Rule of Law in Monetary Affairs (Cambridge University Press), 519-544.
  • K. Alexander (2014) 'Marktstrukturen, Innovation und Europäische Wertpapierregulierung', in: F. Möslein (ed.), Finanzinnovation und Rechtsordnung (Schulthess), 291-303.
  • K. Alexander (2013) 'UK insider dealing and market abuse law: strengthening regulatory law to combat market misconduct', in: S. M. Bainbridge (ed.), Research Handbook on Insider Trading (Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham), 407-428.
  • K. Alexander (2013) 'Bank capital regulation and the role of external ratings: Unresolved issues', in: J. Kleineman/L. Gorton/A. Verständig (eds.), Perspectives on Credit Rating Agencies (Stockholm: Författarna, Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law och Jure Förlag AB), 231-250.
  • K. Alexander (2012) 'Market Structures and Market Abuse' (PDF, 1475 KB), in G. Caprio (ed.), Handbook of Safeguarding Global Financial Stability: Political, Social, Cultural and Economic Theories and Models (Elsevier Publishers) 381-391.
  • K. Alexander (2012) 'Market Structures, Technology and European Securities Regulation', in B. Strebel-Aerni (ed.), Finanzmärkte im Banne von Big Data (Schulthess) 33-44.
  • R. H. Schmidt, K. Alexander, H. Benink, R. Lastra & C Wihlborg (2011), 'The Recent Financial Crisis: Lessons from Europe', in R. Litan (ed.), WORLD IN CRISIS: Insights from Six ShadowFinancial RegulatoryCommitteesFrom Around the World, (FIC Press) 155-221. PDF link (PDF, 8042 KB)
  • K. Alexander (2011) 'Sovereign Debt Restructuring in the EU: Lessons from the Recent Crisis', in R. Sethe et al. Kommunikation - Festschrift für Prof. Rolf Weber zum 60. Geburtstag, 803-821.
  • K. Alexander (2009) ‘International Economic Law and the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision: Alternative Forms of International law-making’, Chapter 14, in K. Wellons & T. Komori, Public Interest Rules of International Law: Towards effective implementation, 186-231.
  • K. Alexander (Nov 2008) ‘The Fund's Role in Sovereign Liquidity Crises', in Current Developments in Monetary and Financial Law  5 Chapter 6 (Washington DC: IMF).
  • K. Alexander (2008) ‘The GATS and International Financial Regulation’ in K. Alexander & M. Andenas, The World Trade Organisation and Trade in Services (Leiden: Brill/Martinus Nijhof). 
  • K. Alexander (2007) ‘International Economic Law and the Lender of Last Resort’, in B. Markesinis & S. Diaz Alabart & M. Grimaldi & H. Micklitz (eds.), Principles and New Developments of Private Law. Liber Amicorum for Guido Alpa (London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law), 37-84.
  • K. Alexander (2007) 'Multiple regulators and insolvency regimes: obstacles to efficient supervision and resolution', in: D. G. Mayes/G. W. Wood (eds.), The Structure of Financial Regulation (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge), 155-171     (discussing the challenges for US bank regulators in supervising bank holding companies and deposit insurance schemes).
  • K. Alexander (2003) ‘Private Law approaches to Enhancing Financial Stability: The Hague Convention on Indirectly Held Securities and European Union Collateral Directive’ in M. Andenas & Y. Avgerinos, Financial Markets in Europe: Towards a Single Regulator’ (London: Kluwer Law International). 
  • K. Alexander (2003) ‘United States Anti-Money Laundering Law: Corporate Compliance and Liability Issues’ in T. Graham, ed., Butterworths International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice (2nd edition) (London: Butterworths), 628-664.  
  • K. Alexander (2001) ‘The Need for Efficient International Financial Regulation and the Role of a Global Supervisor’ in E. Ferran & C. A. E. Goodhart (eds.) The Challenge of Financial Regulation in the Twenty-First Century (Oxford: Hart Publications) Chapter 17, 273-297.


Book reviews

  • K. Alexander, 'A review of Stock Market Efficiency, Insider Dealing and Market Abuse by Paul Barnes, Gower 2009, King's Law Journal 2009, 20(3), 547-552.
  • K. Alexander, Review of Rosa M. Lastra, 'The Legal Foundations of International Monetary Stabilily', Oxford University Press, 2006, European Business Organization Law Review, 2007, 8(3), 461-463.
  • K. Alexander, Review of Mario Giovanoli (eds), International Monetary Law: Issues for the New Millenium, Oxford University Press, 2000, Cambridge Law Journal 2002, 61(3), 732-736.

Working papers

  • K. Alexander (2014), 'Tort Liability for Ratings of Structured Securities under English Law', University of Oslo Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series No. 2015-06.
  • K. Alexander, K. Lorez, M. Zobl & D. Thürer (2014), 'The legitimacy of the G20 – a critique under international law'.
  • K. Alexander, E. Ferran, H. Jackson & N. Moloney (2007), 'A Report on the Transatlantic Financial Services Regulatory Dialogue', Harvard Law School John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics and Business Discussion Papers No. 576.   A Report on the Transatlantic Financial Services Regulatory Dialogue
  • K. Alexander (2004), 'Corporate governance and banking regulation: the regulator as stakeholder', Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance, Cambridge University Paper No. 17.
  • K. Alexander (2002), 'Lessons from the rise of the US limited liability partnership: regulating risk-taking in the large professional firm', ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge University, Working Paper No. 255.
  • K. Alexander (2002), 'Establishing a new European securities regulator: is the European Union an optimal economic area for securities regulation?', Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance, Cambridge University, Working Paper No. 7.
  • K. Alexander (2001), 'Insider dealing and market abuse: the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000', ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge University, Working Paper No. 222.
  • K. Alexander (2001), 'A uniform choice of law rule for the taking of collateral interests in securities: using private law approaches to reduce credit and legal risk in financial systems', ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge University, Working Paper No. 211.
  • K. Alexander & R. Dhumale (2001), 'Enhancing corporate governance for financial institutions: the role of international standards', ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge University, Working Paper No. 196.

Specialist Publications

  • K. Alexander, 'Market Structures, Technology and European Securities Regulation' in Brigitte Strebel-Aerni (ed), Finanzmärkte im Banne von Big Data (Schulthess 2012), 33-44
  • K. Alexander (2011) ‘The United States’ in T. Graham, ed., Butterworths Money Laundering Law (London: Butterworths), 7951-8070

Editorial / Article Submissions Referee

  • Article Submissions Referee: Journal of Financial Regulation (Oxford: OUP), 2015 - present
  • Article Submissions Referee: Journal of Banking and Finance, 2012 - present
  • Article Submissions Referee: Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2003 - 2015
  • Journal Editorial Boards: The Company Lawyer (London: Sweet & Maxwell)
  • Editor of Butterworths Guide on Money Laundering Law and Regulation (London: Butterworths)