Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance
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BeschreibungCorporate governance is on the reform agenda all over the world. Is the Anglo-American model of shareholder capitalism destined to become the global corporate governance standard or will important differences persist? Well-known scholars address this question with sophisticated political economy analysis geared to the legal frameworks. The Enron scandal has stirred up an urgent round of corporate governance questioning. Will it stop a convergence that was in the works? This volume offers interesting insights into this question.
InhaltsverzeichnisList of contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction Jeffrey N. Gordon and Mark J. Roe; Part I. System Issues: 1. The end of history for corporate law Henry Hansmann and Reinier Kraakman; 2. A theory of path dependence in corporate ownership and governance Lucian A. Bebchuk and Mark J. Roe; 3. Path dependence, corporate governance and complementarity Reinhard H. Schmidt and Gerald Spindler; 4. Convergence of form or function Ronald Gilson; Part II. Government Players: 5. The international relations wedge in corporate convergence Jeffrey N. Gordon; 6. Property rights in firms Curtis Milhaupt; 7. Modern politics and ownership separation Mark J. Roe; Part III. Specific Institutions: 8. Norms and corporate convergence David Charny; 9. Ungoverned production Charles Sabel; 10. Substantive law and its enforcement G rd Hertig; 11. Cross-holding in the Japanese keiretsu J. Mark Ramseyer; Index.
PortraitJeffrey N. Gordon is the Alfred W. Bressler Professor of Law at the Columbia Law School. Mark J. Roe is the Berg Professor of Corporate Law at the Harvard Law School.
Pressestimmen'Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance is impressive in its theoretical and jurisdictional breadth. ... a valuable and high quality snapshot of contemporary corporate governance debate. While recognising economic forces driving convergence, the book provides sophisticated analysis of other constraining forces within a broader regulatory ecosystem. This analysis supports continued diversity in comparative corporate governance.' Sydney Law Review
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2004
Seitenanzahl: 396 Seiten