Approaches to Corporate Law
Bynkershoek Law Review Working Papers 2013/3
6 Pages Posted: 5 Feb 2013
Date Written: January 1, 2013
Corporate law can be introduced, described and presented in various ways. This Bynkershoek Research Note chooses to take various approaches to prepare the reader for engagement with the topic in introductory courses and as first contact with the more advanced stages of legal education. In this note those approaches are shortly introduced, including the private law character of corporate law, the economic approach to corporations, the business law approach, the tax law approach, the market regulation approach and the view on corporations from the perspective from the society and development. In the remainder of the average reading for courses on corporate law those perspectives return, sometimes explicitly, more often implicitly.
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Keywords: comparative law, corporate law
JEL Classification: K11
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