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The European Company (SE) is a new form of public company, which enters the law of all EU states in October 2004. It is supra-national, with features in the fields of cross-frontier restructuring, board structure and corporate governance, employee involvement and participation which are novel and unique and will be uniformly available throughout Europe. Yet it also presents an optional and flexible character, allowing great variation both in national characteristics, according to where companies are founded, and new and potentially valuable options to businesses to adjust their organisations to the needs of modern transnational markets.
This book will be of great interest to all those concerned with the theory and practice of international business law: students, theorists and experienced practitioners, offering valuable insights into the developing process of European integration and diversification. It contains papers on all these aspects by leading thinkers in the field, who came together under the aegis of the Leiden University/Unilever programme in 2002.;