Convergence in Shareholder Law
Mathias M. Siems
Durham University - Durham Law School; University of Cambridge - Centre for Business Research
Mathias M. Siems, CONVERGENCE IN SHAREHOLDER LAW, Cambridge University Press, 2008
This paper contains the tables of contents, legislation and cases, the introduction and the index of a book published by Cambridge University Press (2008). The cover text reads as follows: "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. Thus, Convergence in Shareholder Law 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".
Number of Pages in PDF File: 52
Keywords: Convergence, divergence, shareholder law, company law, corporate law, corporate governance, comparative company law, comparative corporate law, comparative corporate governance, globalization, convergence forces, harmonization, law and finance
JEL Classification: G34, G38, K22, M14, O16, O57, N20, N40, P16, P50
Date posted: December 20, 2007
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