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    Journal of Corporate Law Studies

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies

    2001, Vol.1                      

    2002, Vol.2               

    2003, Vol.3               

    2004, Vol.4               

    2005, Vol.5               

    2006, Vol.6               

    2007, Vol.7

    2008, Vol.8

    2009, Vol.9

    2010, Vol.10

    2011, Vol.11

    2012, Vol.12

    2013, Vol.13

    2014, Vol.14

    2015, Vol.15

    2016, Vol.16


    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2001, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Stephen Copp

    Company Law Reform and Economics Analysis: Establishing Boundaries

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-20

    John Armour, Simon Deakin

    Norms in Private Insolvency: The London Approach to the Resolution of Financial Distress

     No.1 April

     pp. 21-52

    Caroline Bradley

    Enterprise and Entrepreneurship: The Impact of Director Disqualification

     No.1 April

     pp. 53-70

    Brian R. Cheffins

    Law, Economics and the UK's System of Corporate Governance: Lessons from History

     No.1 April

     pp. 71-90

    Rita Esen

    Internal Control within the Legal Structure of UK and German Companies: Prospects for Change

     No.1 April

     pp. 91-106

    Iain Macneil

    Company Law Rules: An Assessment from the Perspective of Incomplete Contract Theory

     No.1 April

     pp. 107-140

    C. W. Maughan, Kevin McGuinness

    Towards an Economic Theory of the Corporation

     No.1 April

     pp. 141-180

    Charlotte Villiers

    Disclosure Obligations in Company Law: Bringing Communication Theory into the Fold

     No.1 April

     pp. 181-210

    Gary Wilson, Sarah Wilson

    Responsible Risk- Takers: Notions of Directorial Responsibility- Past Present and Future

     No.1 April

     pp. 211-234

    RC Nolan

    Enacting Civil Remedies in Company Law

     No.2 December

     pp. 245-276

    Brian R. Cheffins, Randall S. Thomas

    Should Shareholders Have a Greater Say over Executive Pay: Learning from the US Experience

     No.2 December

     pp. 277-316

    Joseph A. McCahery, Luc Renneboog

    Managerial Remuneration: The Indirect Pay- for- Performance Relation

     No.2 December

     pp. 317-332

    Danny Spahos

    Lenders, Borrowing Groups of Companies and Corporate Guarantees: An Insolvency Perspective

     No.2 December

     pp. 333-358

    Rizwaan Jameel okal, Look Chan Ho

    Consideration, Characterization, Evaluation: Transactions at an Undervalue after Phillips v. Brewin Dolphin

     No.2 December

     pp. 359-380

    Eilis Ferran

    Corporate Law, Codes and Social Norms- Finding the Right Regulatory Combination and Institutional Structure

     No.2 December

     pp. 381-410

    Joachim Wolf

    Remaining State Control over Privatised German Enterprises

     No.2 December

     pp. 411-448

    Jessica Mance

    Forecasting the Future: An Assessment of the New Delaware Corporations Law, Section 122 (17)

     No.2 December

     pp. 449-489

    Philip Smart, Charles D Booth

    Reforming Corporate Rescue Procedures in Hong Kong

     No.2 December

     pp. 485-500

    Gerard McCormack

    Retention of Title and the EC Late Payment Directive

     No.2 December

     pp. 501-518

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2002, Vol.2

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    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Michael J. Whincop

    Contracting around the Conflict Rule: An Empirical Analysis of a Penalty Default

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-23

    Harry McVea

    Ad Hoc Chinese Walls

     No.1 April

     pp. 24-33

    David Kershaw

    No End in Sight for the History of Corporate Law: The Case of Employee Participation in Corporate Governance

     No.1 April

     pp. 34-81

    David A. Jr. Skeel

    Virtual Privatization: Governance Reforms for Government- Owned Firms

     No.1 April

     pp. 82-109

    Jacqueline Cook, Simon Deakin, Alan Hughes

    Mutuality and Corporate Governance: The Evolution of UK Building Societies following Deregulation

     No.1 April

     pp. 110-138

    Jonathan Michie, Christine Oughton

    Employee Participation and Ownership Rights

     No.1 April

     pp. 139-154

    Johnston Birchall

    The Implications for Corporate Governance of the Proposed Mutual Ownership of Water Utilities and Public Transport

     No.1 April

     pp. 155-181

    Tan Cheng-Han

    Charges, Contingencies and Registration

     No.2 October

     pp. 191-212

    Michael Butter

    Recognition of English Fixed and Floating Charges in German Insolvency Proceedings under the New European Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings

     No.2 October

     pp. 213-244

    John Crosthwait

    Financial Promotion- Time for a Policy Re- Think

     No.2 October

     pp. 245-252

    Julia Black

    Mapping the Contours of Contemplation Financial Services Regulation

     No.2 October

     pp. 253-288

    Iain MacNeil

    Adaptation and Convergence in Corporate Governance: The Case of Chinese Listed Companies

     No.2 October

     pp. 289-344

    Hwa-Jin Kim

    Toward the Best Practice Model in a Globalizing Market: Recent Developments in Korean Corporate Governance

     No.2 October

     pp. 345-366

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2003, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

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    John Parkinson

    Disclosure and Corporate Social and Environmental Performance: Competitiveness and Enterprise in a Broader Social Frame

     No.1 April

     pp. 3-40

    Ajit Singh

    Corporate Governance, Corporate Finance and Stock Markets in Emerging Countries

     No.1 April

     pp. 41-72

    RC Nolan

    Indirect Investors: A Greater Say in the Company?

     No.1 April

     pp. 73-122

    Judith Freedman

    One Size Fits All- Small Business and Competitiveness Legal Forms

     No.1 April

     pp. 123-148

    Elizabeth Boros

    Corporate Governance in Cyberspace: Who Stands to Gain What from the Virtual Meeting

     No.1 April

     pp. 149-180

    Theodor Baums

    Company Law Reform in Germany

     No.1 April

     pp. 181-190

    G. Meeks

    Reporting to Shareholders: The Proposals in the Company Law Review

     No.1 April

     pp. 191-200

    John Armour, Joseph A. McCahery

    Introduction: Improving Corporate Law and Modernising Securities Regulation in Europe Introduction

     No.2 October

     pp. 211-220

    Klaus J. Hopt

    Modern Company and Capital Market Problems: Improving European Corporate Governance after ENRON

     No.2 October

     pp. 221-268

     

    UK Corporate Governance after ENRON

     No.2 October

     pp. 269-282

    Eddy Wymeersch

    Company Law in Turmoil and the Way to Global Company Practice

     No.2 October

     pp. 283-298

    Larry E. Ribstein

    International Implications of Sarbanes- Oxley: Raising the Rent on US Law

     No.2 October

     pp. 299-328

    Karel Lannoo

    The Emerging Framework for Disclosure in the EU

     No.2 October

     pp. 329-358

    Gerard Hertig, Ruben Lee

    Four Predictions about the Future of EU Securities Regulation

     No.2 October

     pp. 359-378

    Marc Goergen, Joseph A. McCahery, Luc Renneboog

    The Impact of Stock Exchange Regulation on Corporate Performance of the European New Markets

     No.2 October

     pp. 379-400

    Douglas J. Cumming

    The Structure, Governance and Performance of UK Venture Capital Trusts

     No.2 October

     pp. 401-428

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2004, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Niamh Moloney

    Confidence and Competence the Conundrum of EC Capital Markets Law

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-50

    Blanaid Clarke

    Regulating Poison Pill Devices

     No.1 April

     pp. 51-76

    Luca Enriques

    Silence Is Golden: The European Company as a Catalyst for Company Law Arbitrage

     No.1 April

     pp. 77-96

    Harry McVea

    Research Analysts and Conflicts of Interest- The Financial Services Authority's Response Comments

     No.1 April

     pp. 97-116

    David Hahn

    Concentrated Ownership and Control of Corporate Reorganisations

     No.1 April

     pp. 117-154

    Irene Lynch-Fannon

    Employees as Corporate Stakeholders: Theory and Reality in a Transatlantic Context

     No.1 April

     pp. 155-186

    Joanna Gray

    Personal Finance and Corporate Governance: The Missing Link: Product Regulation and Policy Conflicts

     No.1 April

     pp. 187-220

    E. Norman Veasey

    The Judiciary's Contribution to the Reform of Corporate Governance

     No.2 October

     pp. 225-242

    Guido Ferrarini, Niamh Moloney, Cristina Vespro

    Executive Pay: Convergence in Law and Practice across the EU Corporate Governance Faultline

     No.2 October

     pp. 243-306

    Andrew Keay

    A Theoretical Analysis of the Director's Duty to Consider Creditor Interests: The Progressive School's Approach

     No.2 October

     pp. 307-344

    A. Reisberg

    Funding Derivative Actions: A Re- Examination of Costs and Fees as Incentives to Commerce Litigation

     No.2 October

     pp. 345-384

    David Cabrelli

    Joined up Thinking- An Analysis of the Scottish and English Law Commissions' Proposals for the Reform of Rights in Security and Charges Granted by Companies

     No.2 October

     pp. 385-420

    Michael J. Whincop, David J Hillier, Allan Hodgson, Andrew Marshall

    An Economic Analysis of Trading on Private Information by External Administrators: International Comparisons

     No.2 October

     pp. 421-464

    Janice Dean

    Trust and Corporate Communications

     No.2 October

     pp. 465-484

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2005, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Robert Drury

    A European Look at the American Experience of the Delaware Syndrome

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-36

    Nicholas Jennings

    Mandatory Bids Revisited

     No.1 April

     pp. 37-64

    Adrian Walters

    Personal Insolvency Law after the Enterprise Act: An Appraisal

     No.1 April

     pp. 65-104

    Oliver Mark Brupbacher

    Functional Analysis of Corporate Rescue Procedures: A Proposal from an Anglo-Swiss Perspective

     No.1 April

     pp. 105-138

    Pey-Woan Lee

    Reassessing the Crime of Non- Disclosure under Section 317 of the Companies Act 1985

     No.1 April

     pp. 139-166

    Alex Barden

    US Corporate Law Reform Post- Enron: A Significant Imposition on Private Ordering of Corporate Governance

     No.1 April

     pp. 167-190

    Helen Bird, Davin Chow, Jarrod Lenne, Ian Ramsay

    Strategic Regulation and ASIC Enforcement Patterns: Results of an Empirical Study

     No.1 April

     pp. 191-246

    Martin Gelter

    The Structure of Regulatory Competition in European Corporate Law

     No.2 October

     pp. 247-284

    Nina Cankar

    Transition Economies and Corporate Governance Codes: Can Self- Regulation of Corporate Governance Really Work

     No.2 October

     pp. 285-304

    David C. Donald

    Shareholder Voice and Its Opponents

     No.2 October

     pp. 350-362

    Pearlie Koh

    Directors' Fiduciary Duties: Unthreading the Joints of Shareholder Ratification

     No.2 October

     pp. 363-400

    Emma Armson

    Models for Takeover Dispute Resolution: Australia and the UK

     No.2 October

     pp. 401-426

    Myriam Senn

    Decentralisation of Economic Law- An Oxymoron

     No.2 October

     pp. 427-464

    Masatsugu Yoshioka

    A Comparative Critique of Cash- out Mergers in Japan and the US

     No.2 October

     pp. 465-506

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2006, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

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    NIAMH MOLONEY

    THE EC AND THE HEDGE FUND CHALLENGE: A TEST CASE FOR EC SECURITIES POLICY AFTER THE FINANCIAL SERVICES ACTION PLAN

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-38

    GERARD McCORMACK

    SWELLING CORPORATE ASSETS: CHANGING WHAT IS ON THE MENU

     No.1 April

     pp. 39-70

    ANDREW JOHNSTON

    EC FREEDOM OF ESTABLISHMENT, EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND THE LIMITS OF REGULATORY COMPETITION

     No.1 April

     pp. 71-112

    E. WYMEERSCH

    THE ENFORCEMENT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CODES

     No.1 April

     pp. 113-138

    TIMO H KAISANLAHTI

    EXTENDED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS?

     No.1 April

     pp. 139-164

    Benedict Sheehy

    Shareholders, Unicorns and Stilts: An Analysis of Shareholder Property Rights

     No.1 April

     pp. 165-212

    Lilian Miles, Zhong Zhang

    Improving Corporate Governance in State- Owned Corporations in China: Which Way Forward

     No.1 April

     pp. 213-248

    John Lowry

    The Whistle- Blower and the Non-Executive Director

     No.1 April

     pp. 249-258

    Wolfgang Schon

    Corporate Disclosure in a Competitive Environment- The Quest for a European Framework on Mandatory Disclosure

     No.2 October

     pp. 259-298

    Alexander Schall, Lillian Miles, Simon Goulding

    Promoting an Inclusive Approach on the Part of Directors: The UK and German Positions

     No.2 October

     pp. 299-328

    Jim Stewart

    Auditing as a Public Good and the Regulation of Auditing

     No.2 October

     pp. 329-360

    Sally Wheeler

    Labour and the Corporation

     No.2 October

     pp. 361-396

    Ian M. Ramsay, Benjamin B. Saunders

    Litigation by Shareholders and Directors: An Empirical Study of the Australian Statutory Derivative Action

     No.2 October

     pp. 397-446

    David Capper

    Spectrum Plus in the House of Lords: The Victory of Substance over Form in Personal Property Security Law

     No.2 October

     pp. 447-466

    Alexia Autenne

    The Governance of Esops in United States: Limits of and Alternatives to the Patrimonial Model

     No.2 October

     pp. 467-490

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2007, Vol.7

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    number

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    Marc Goergen

    What Do We Know about Different Systems of Corporate Governance

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-16

    Priya P. Lele, Mathias M. Siems

    Shareholder Protection: A Leximetric Approach

     No.1 April

     pp. 17-50

    Andrew F. Tuch

    Securities Underwriters in Public Capital Markets: The Existence, Parameters and Consequences of the Fiduciary Obligation to Avoid Conflicts

     No.1 April

     pp. 51-84

    Claire Howell

    Registered Social Landlords: Private Enterprise [F] or Public Good

     No.1 April

     pp. 85-108

    Ige Omotayo Bolodeoku

    Corporate Governance in the New Information and Communication Age: An Interrogation of the Rational Apathy Theory

     No.1 April

     pp. 109-142

    Lay-Hong Tan, Jiangyu Wang

    Modelling an Effective Corporate Governance System for China's Listed State-Owned Enterprises: Issues and Challenges in a Transitional Economy

     No.1 April

     pp. 143-184

    Wolf-Georg Ringe

    The European Company Statute in the Context of Freedom of Establishment

     No.2 October

     pp. 185-212

    Richard Williams

    Disqualifying Directors: A Remedy Worse than the Disease

     No.2 October

     pp. 213-242

    John Vella

    Departing from the Legal Substance of Transactions in the Corporate Field: The Ramsay Approach beyond the Tax Sphere

     No.2 October

     pp. 243-283

    Guanghua Yu, Li Shao

    Against Legal Origin: Of Ownership Concentration and Disclosure

     No.2 October

     pp. 285-306

    Alexander FH Loke

    The Protected Interests in the Private Right of Action for Insider Trading: A Comparative Perspective

     No.2 October

     pp. 307-336

    Adrian Evans, John Howe

    Enhancing Corporate Accountability through Contextual Ethical Exercises in Corporate Law Teaching

     No.2 October

     pp. 337-356

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2008, Vol.8

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    OLIVIER MAYNARD, WILLIAM BAINS

    SHARE STRUCTURE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN UK BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-37

    MARC GOERGEN, LUC RENNEBOOG, CHENDI ZHANG

    DO UK INSTITUTIONAL SHAREHOLDERS MONITOR THEIR INVESTEE FIRMS?

     No.1 April

     pp. 39-56

    LEE SUET LIN JOYCE

    FROM NON- TRADABLE TO TRADABLE SHARES: SPLIT SHARE STRUCTURE REFORM OF CHINA'S LISTED COMPANIES

     No.1 April

     pp. 57-78

    JOAN LOUGHREY, ANDREW KEAY, LUCA CERIONI

    LEGAL PRACTITIONERS, ENLIGHTENED SHAREHOLDER VALUE AND THE SHAPING OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

     No.1 April

     pp. 79-111

    REBECCA PARRY, HAIZHENG ZHANG

    CHINA'S NEW CORPORATE RESCUE LAWS: PERSPECTIVES AND PRINCIPLES

     No.1 April

     pp. 113-141

    RAHUL SINGH

    SHIFTING PARADIGMS, CHANGING CONTEXTS: NEED FOR A NEW COMPETITION LAW IN INDIA

     No.1 April

     pp. 143-160

    MALCOLM ANDERSON, MEREDITH JONES, SHELLEY MARSHALL, RICHARD MITCHELL, IAN RAMSAY

    SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY AND DIRECTORS' DUTIES: AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE

     No.2 October

     pp. 161-190

    KATHRYN CEARNS, EILiS FERRAN

    NON- ENFORCEMENT- LED PUBLIC OVERSIGHT OF FINANCIAL AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DISCLOSURES AND OF AUDITORS

     No.2 October

     pp. 191-224

    BERND M GEIER

    TRADES, BONA FIDE ACQUISITIONS AND PRIORITY RULES IN THE ELECTRONIC SECURITIES SETTLEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE SECONDARY SECURITIES MARKETS IN GERMANY AND ENGLAND

     No.2 October

     pp. 225-249

    PHOEBUS ATHANASSIOU

    THE CONCEPTUAL UNDERPINNINGS OF ONSHORE HEDGE FUND REGULATION: A GLOBAL AND EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

     No.2 October

     pp. 251-288

    DIRK ZETZSCHE

    SHAREHOLDER PASSIVITY, CROSS-BORDER VOTING AND THE SHAREHOLDER RIGHTS DIRECTIVE

     No.2 October

     pp. 289-336

    MARKUS ROTH

    OUTSIDE DIRECTOR LIABILITY: GERMAN STOCK CORPORATION LAW IN TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVE

     No.2 October

     pp. 337-372

    JONATHAN MUKWIRI

    THE MYTH OF TACTICAL LITIGATION IN UK TAKEOVERS

     No.2 October

     pp. 373-388

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2009, Vol.9

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    John C. Coffee

    What Went Wrong? An Initial Inquiry into the Causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-22

    Emilios Avgouleas

    The Global Financial Crisis, Behavioural Finance and Financial Regulation: In Search of a New Orthodoxy

     No.1 April

     pp. 23-59

    Kern Alexander

    Bank Resolution Regimes: Balancing Prudential Regulation And Shareholder Rights

     No.1 April

     pp. 61-93

    Marc T. Moore

    "Whispering Sweet Nothings": The Limitations of Informal Conformance in UK Corporate Governance

     No.1 April

     pp. 95-169

    Marco Becht, Luca Enriques, Veronika Korom

    Centros and the Cost of Branching

     No.1 April

     pp. 171-199

    Elisabetta Bellini

    Hedge Fund Activism in Italy

     No.1 April

     pp. 201-234

    Wai Yee Wan

    Reconsidering Personal Liability of Directors and Senior Managers for Misstatements and Non- disclosures to the Securities Market

     No.1 April

     pp. 235-255

    Christoph Kumpan

    Conflicts of Interest in Securitisation: Adjusting Incentives

     No.2 October

     pp. 261-294

    Paul Davies

    Liability for Misstatements to the Market: Some Reflections

     No.2 October

     pp. 295-313

    Eilis Ferran

    Are US- style Investor Suits Coming to the UK?

     No.2 October

     pp. 315-348

    Michael Klausner

    Personal Liability of Officers in US Securities Class Actions

     No.2 October

     pp. 349-366

    Christopher C. Nicholls

    Civil Enforcement in Canadian Securities Law

     No.2 October

     pp. 267-408

    Elizabeth Boros

    Public and Private Enforcement of Disclosure Breaches in Australia

     No.2 October

     pp. 409-438

    Priya Cherian Huskins

    The Mismatch Between Litigation Intensity and D&O Protection in Cross- Border Securities Law Enforcement

     No.2 October

     pp. 439-456

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2010, Vol.10

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    The Rt Hon Lady Justice Arden DBE

    Regulating the Conduct of Directors

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-15

    John Kong Shan Ho

    "Director's Duty to Promote the Success of the Company": Should Hong Kong Implement a Similar Provision?

     No.1 April

     pp. 17-33

    Andrew Keay

    The Ultimate Objective of the Company and the Enforcement of the Entity Maximisation and Sustainability Model

     No.1 April

     pp. 35-71

    Guido Ferrarini, Niamh Moloney, Maria-Cristina Ungureanu

    Executive Remuneration in Crisis: A Critical Assessment of Reforms in Europe

     No.1 April

     pp. 73-118

    C.A. Riley

    The Case for Non- Governing Directors in Not- for- Profit Companies

     No.1 April

     pp. 119-150

    David Wishart

    A Reconfiguration of Company and/ or Corporate Law Theory

     No.1 April

     pp. 151-178

    Wai Yee Wan

    The Validity of Deal Protection Devices in Negotiated Acquisition or Merger Transactions under Anglo- American Law

     No.1 April

     pp. 179-217

    Hui Huang

    Institutional Structure of Financial Regulation in China: Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis

     No.1 April

     pp. 219-254

    S.H. Goo

    Multiple Derivative Action and Common Law Derivative Action Revisited: A Tale of Two Jurisdictions

     No.1 April

     pp. 255-264

    Ji Lian Yap

    Constructive Notice and Company Charges

     No.1 April

     pp. 265-278

    Benjamin B. Saunders

    Should Credit Default Swap Issuers be Subject to Prudential Regulation?

     No.1 April

     pp. 427-450

    Marc T. Moore

    The Evolving Contours of the Board's Risk Management Function in UK Corporate Governance

     No.2 October

     pp. 279-308

    Charlotte Villiers

    Controlling Executive Pay: Institutional Investors or Distributive Justice?

     No.2 October

     pp. 309-342

    David Cabrelli

    The Case Against Outsider Reverse Veil Piercing

     No.2 October

     pp. 343-366

    Richard Croucher, Lilian Miles

    Corporate Governance and Employees in South Africa

     No.2 October

     pp. 367-389

    Philip Morris

    Financial Regulation, Taxation and Economic Management in British Offshore Finance Centres: Critical Reflections on the Foot Review

     No.2 October

     pp. 391-405

    Liza Rybak

    Takeover Regulation and Inclusive Corporate Governance: A Social- Choice Theoretical Analysis

     No.2 October

     pp. 407-425

    Michael C. Schouten, Mathias M. Siems

    The Evolution of Ownership Disclosure Rules Across Countries

     No.2 October

     pp. 451-483

    Kristie Thomas

    China's Legal Response to the Global Financial Crisis: Increasing Certainty in Contractual Disputes to Boost Market Confidence

     No.2 October

     pp. 485-500

    Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2011, Vol.11

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    Vanessa Finch

    Pre- Packaged Administrations and the Construction of Propriety

     No.1 April

     pp. 1-31

    Patrick C. Leyens

    Intermediary Independence: Auditors, Financial Analysts and Rating Agencies

     No.1 April

     pp. 33-66

    Jennifer Payne

    Schemes of Arrangement, Takeovers and Minority Shareholder Protection

     No.1 April

     pp. 67-97

    Philipp Geiler, Luc Renneboog

    Managerial Compensation: Agency Solution or Problem?

     No.1 April

     pp. 99-138

    Panagiotis K. Staikouras

    Universal Banks, Universal Crises? Disentangling Myths from Realities in Quest of a New Regulatory and Supervisory Landscape

     No.1 April

     pp. 139-175

    Alessio M. Pacces

    Controlling the Corporate Controller's Misbehaviour

     No.1 April

     pp. 177-214

    Rosemary Teele Langford

    The Duty of Directors to Act Bona Fide in the Interests of the Company: A Positive Fiduciary Duty? Australia and the UK Compared

     No.1 April

     pp. 215-242

    Fanpeng Meng

    A History of Chinese Companies Listing in Hong Kong and Its Implications for the Future

     No.1 April

     pp. 243-266

    Wanjiru Njoya

    Employee Ownership in the European Company: Reflexive Law, Reincorporation and Escaping Co- Determination

     No.2 October

     pp. 267-298

    Indira Carr, Opi Outhwaite

    Controlling Corruption Through Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance: Theory and Practice

     No.2 October

     pp. 299-341

    Raylene Keightley

    Fat Cats, Slim Pickings: An Examination of Corporate Corruption and the Efficacy of Existing Countermeasures in South Africa

     No.2 October

     pp. 343-368

    Roman Tomasic, Folarin Akinbami

    The Role of Trust in Maintaining the Resilience of Financial Markets

     No.2 October

     pp. 369-394

    Andrew Johnston

    Corporate Governance is the Problem, not the Solution: A Critical Appraisal of the European Regulation on Credit Rating Agencies

     No.2 October

     pp. 395-441

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