Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law
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welfare state, corporatism, corporate governance, financial market regulation
Comparative evaluation of the role courts play in Japanese society, comparison of court systems in Japan and Germany, access to justice, the role of courts in shaping the legal order, diferences in dealing with constitutional matters
company valuation in Japan and Germany, first contribution to the art of 'intercultural company valuation', appropriate consideration (Germany), fair value (Japan), discounted-cash-flow method, consideration of synergy effects
Capital Markets Model Case Act, collective redress for investors, suspension of proceedings, binding model case ruling, collectivization of claims
Corporate governance, independent director, monitoring board, historical developments in the US and UK, adoption in Germany, global financial crisis, scarce empirical support
Introduction of the limited liability partnership (LLP) in Japan, great expectations but limited success of Japanese LLP since 2005, overly restrictive regulation, no availability for most of the independent professions.
derivative actions, comparative corporate law, comparative corporate governance, shareholders’ remedies, corporate law in Asia
Derivative actions, comparative corporate law, comparative corporate governance, local context, Asian culture, economic rationality, irrational behavior, legal origins, leximetrics, coding, LLS&V, convergence, path dependence, Asian law, comparative law, Japanese corporate law, Chinese corporate
Exchange regulation in Germany, ownership, governance, legal status of exchanges, exchange supervision
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