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The essays in this collection critically examine the principal themes and issues shaping contemporary writing on corporate law, and the law and economics of the firm. These include: contractarian theory; the institutional shareholder movement; path-dependent institutional evolution; comparative corporate governance; and team production. In particular, the essays demonstrate how American corporate legal theory embraces and then abandons a market efficiency account of corporate governance, turning outwards and searching worldwide for more effective legal and organizational strategies.