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Corporate governance in context : corporations, states, and markets in Europe, Japan, and the U.S.

Author: Klaus J Hopt
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009.
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Significant increases in regulatory competition have led to different models of political economy being explored and a shift from state to market governance. This work addresses these challenges using the world's three leading economies and their legal systems.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Klaus J Hopt
ISBN: 9780199290703 0199290709
OCLC Number: 605633672
Notes: Originally published 2005; reprinted 2009.
Description: xxxiii, 927 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction ; Abbreviations ; The Contributors ; I CHANGE OF GOVERNANCE IN HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE: FROM STATE TO MARKET - PATHWAYS OF CHANGE IN THE 20TH CENTURY ; 1. Change of Governance in Historic Perspective: The German Experience ; 2. Corporate Governance in the 20th Century: A View from Italy ; 3. Historical Pathways of Reform: Foreign Law Transplants and Japanese Corporate Governance ; 4. Asking the Wrong Question: Changes of Governance in Historical Perspective? ; 5. Politics on Wall Street: The Implications of Eliot Spitzer on State-Federal Relations in the Regulation of Public Corporations and Capital Markets in the United States ; 6. Scandals, Regulation, and Supervising Agencies: The European Perspective ; II CORPORATIONS: CHANGING MODELS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ; 7. European Company Law and Corporate Governance: Where Does the Action Plan of the European Commission Lead? ; 8. Changing Models in Corporate Governance - Implications of the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act ; 9. Enron and Corporate Law Reform in the UK and the European Community ; 10. Ongoing Modernization of Japanese Company Law ; 11. Japanese Perspectives, Autonomous Firms and the Aesthetic Function of Law ; 12. Corporate Governance Crises and Related Party Transactions: A Post-Parmalat Agenda ; III BUREAUCRACY AND REGULATIONS ; 13. Legal Ground Rules in Coordinated and Liberal Market Economies ; 14. Corporatist versus Market Approaches to Governance ; 15. Regulatory Paternalism: When is it Justified? ; 16. The Regulation of Regulation: Judicialization, Convergence and Divergence in Administrative Law ; 17. The Proper Role of Bureaucracy in a Modern Market Economy: The Case of Japan ; 18. The Role of Bureaucracy in Deregulation - The Case of Justice System Reform in Japan ; 19. The Transatlantic Financial Markets Regulatory Dialogue ; IV ; Markets - Creation, Risks, Safeguards ; 20. Market Discipline, Information Processing, and Corporate Governance ; 21. Implementation of the Corporate Governance Codes ; 22. The Market for Corporate Control: The Legal Framework, Alternatives and Policy Considerations ; 23. Antitrust, State Aid and the Governance of Public Undertakings ; 24. Sector - Specific Regulations and Antitrust: Corporate Governance of Public Undertakings in Japan ; V INTERMEDIARIES: FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITY ; 25. Information Theory and the Role of Intermediaries ; 26. Using Basel II to Facilitate Access to Finance: The Disclosure of Internal Credit Ratings ; 27. The Multiple Roles of Banks? Convenient Tales from Modern Japan ; 28. Legal Explanations on Bank Behaviour ; 29. Redirecting Japan's Multi-level Governance ; 30. Gatekeeper Failure and Reform: The Challenge of Fashioning Relevant Reforms ; 31. The Changing Worlds of the CPAs in Japan ; Summary of Discussions ; 32. Changes of Governance in Europe, Japan, and the U.S.: Discussion Report ; ANNEXES ; Annex 1: Modernising Company Law and Enhancing Corporate Governance in the European Union - A Plan to Move Forward (EU) ; Annex 2: Combined Code on Corporate Governance (US) ; Annex 3: Sarbanes-Oxley Act (UK)
Responsibility: edited by Klaus J. Hopt [and others].

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