2018 Oxford Business Law Blog Round-Up: Top 20 Most Read Posts
Posted: 28 Aug 2019
Date Written: August 23, 2019
This collection comprises twenty most-read posts published on the Oxford Business Law Blog in 2018. The individual contributions cover issues such as blockchain technology and cryptoassets, financial services, corporate law, and autonomous systems. In this context, and for reasons of coherence and consistency, the pieces included in this paper are arranged in a thematic order.
Keywords: Bitcoin, Blockchain, GDPR, ICOs, Cryptocurrencies, MiFID II, EU law, Limited partnership, Private equity, Side-pockets, Liquidity, Brexit, Credit rating, Corporate Governance Code, Parent company, Bankruptcy, Securities, Financial regulation, Corporate veil, Autonomation, Courts, Smart contract
Buchheit, Lee C. and Diehl, Thilo and Finck, Michèle and Foley, Sean and Fromberger, Mathias and Godwin, Andrew and Gulati, Gaurang Mitu and Gurrea-Martínez, Aurelio and Hacker, Philipp and Tan, Cheng Han and Hofmann, Christian and Hood, Peter and Hughes-Jennett, Julianne and Jabotinsky, Hadar Yoana and Jay, Simon and Joffe, Marc D. and Karlsen, Jonathan R. and Kinander, Morten and Kutzbach, Annekatrin and Lakeman, Gabriel and Lösing, Carsten and Maume, Philipp and Moerel, E.M.L. and Moulton, Rob and Paech, Philipp and Pandya, Param and Partnoy, Frank and Preston, Michael J and Tierney, Dan and Putnins, Talis J. and Ramsay, Ian and Storm, Marijn and Thomale, Chris and Wang, JiangYu and Webster, Miranda and Witney, Simon and Wöckener, Karsten, 2018 Oxford Business Law Blog Round-Up: Top 20 Most Read Posts (August 23, 2019). Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper Forthcoming, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3442001