38 Pages Posted: 2 May 2017
Date Written: April 27, 2017
On 14 March 2017, the Oxford Business Law Blog (OBLB) marked its first anniversary. One year ago, we set out to create a leading and truly international forum for the exchange of ideas and reporting of new developments in business law. Since then, we have published over 530 posts from academics and practitioners from across the world and have reached readers from over 150 countries.
The OBLB is now a firmly entrenched part of the Oxford Law Faculty’s Business Law Hub. The purpose of this collection is to celebrate submissions created especially for publication on the OBLB. As such, this paper consists of a compilation of the ten most-read opinion pieces published on the OBLB in its first year. Corporate scandals, law and technology, and Brexit are the recurring themes. In this context, and for reasons of coherence and consistency, the pieces included in this paper are arranged in a thematic order.
Keywords: Corporate Scandals, Law and Technology, Brexit, Capital Markets Union, Prospectus Regulation, Antitrust, Competition, Corporate Governance, Smart Contracts, Blockchain
JEL Classification: D4, G18, G32, G34, G38, K20, K21, L20, L25, N14, N24
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Armour, John and Eidenmueller, Horst and Eleftheriadis, Pavlos and Enriques, Luca and Ezrachi, Ariel and Lim, Cheng and Salama, Bruno M. and Sargeant, Calum and Saw, Tiong Tjin and Stucke, Maurice E., 2016-2017 Oxford Business Law Blog Round-Up: Most Read Opinion Pieces (April 27, 2017). Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 36/2017. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2959451 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2959451