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Convergence in Shareholder Law

ISBN13: 9780521187916
Published: February 2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2007)
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Hardback edition , ISBN13 9780521876759

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On the one hand, it can be argued that the increasing economic and political interdependence of countries has led to the convergence of national legal systems. On the other hand, advocates of the counterhypothesis maintain that this development is both unrealistic and unnecessary. Mathias Siems examines the company law of the UK, the USA, Germany, France, Japan and China to see how this issue affects shareholder law. The author subsequently analyses economic and political factors which may or may not lead to convergence, and assesses the extent of this development. Convergence of Shareholder Law, which was originally published in 2007, not only provides a thorough comparative legal analysis but also shows how company law interconnects with political forces and economic development and helps in evaluating whether harmonisation and shareholder protection should be enhanced.

Company Law
Part I. The Object and Course of the Investigation
1. Dimensions of convergence in shareholder law
Part II. The Status Quo of Convergence
2. Legal bases
3. Bases for a shareholder typology
4. The 'Shareholder as Such'
5. The shareholder in the power structure of the company
6. Conclusions of Part 2
Part III. Developmental Trends and Patterns
7. Bases
8. Convergence through congruence
9. Convergence through pressure
10. Future convergences in shareholder law
11. Conclusions of Part 3
Part 4. Conclusion
12. Convergence as a model for the future
13. Summary of principal findings.

Series: International Corporate Law and Financial Market Regulation

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Corporate Lawyers and Corporate Governance ISBN 9780521762557
Published June 2011
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EU Prospectus Law: New Perspectives on Regulatory Competition in Securities Markets ISBN 9780521517652
Published May 2011
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Regulating Global Corporate Capitalism ISBN 9780521181969
Published May 2011
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Comparative Corporate Governance of Non-Profit Organizations ISBN 9780521761840
Published April 2010
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How to Protect Investors: Lessons from the EC and the UK ISBN 9780521888707
Published January 2010
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EC Regulation of Corporate Governance ISBN 9780521876674
Published December 2009
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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation ISBN 9780521515702
Published June 2009
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Convergence in Shareholder Law ISBN 9780521876759
Published December 2007
Cambridge University Press