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by Klaus Hopt,Eddy Wymeersch

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ISBN:
019925558X
Author:
Klaus Hopt,Eddy Wymeersch
Category:
International
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 10, 2003)
Pages:
816 pages
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Klaus Hopt was the Director of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Private and Private International Law in Hamburg, Germany from 1974 -1995.

ISBN-13: 978-0199255580. Klaus Hopt was the Director of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Private and Private International Law in Hamburg, Germany from 1974 -1995. He has been a Professor in Tuebingen, Florence, Bern, Munich, and a visiting Professor in the University of Pennsylvania, EUI Florence, Paris I, Sorbonne, Kyoto University, Univeriste Libre de Bruxelles, Geneva, Tokyo University, University of Chicago, and New York University.

This book has interdisciplinary appeal, and will be of interest to lawyers, economists and all those with an interest in the corporate world

This book has interdisciplinary appeal, and will be of interest to lawyers, economists and all those with an interest in the corporate world. A timely insight into the subject of securities regulation, at a period when many European stock exchanges are moving to an integrated trading platform. The contributors are some of the leading experts in their fields

Klaus J. Hopt, Eddy Wymeersch, E. Wymeersch.

Klaus J. This is an interdisciplinary project, involving scholars and practitioners of law and economics, policy makers, and corporate finance and management specialists from both sides of the Atlantic.

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Hopt, Klaus J. (Max Planck Institute). University of Ghent, Belgium). Registered: Abstract. Contributors to this volume - Christoph Van Der Elst Stefan Prigge Marco Becht Friedrich Kubler Eilis Ferran Marcel Kahan Karel van Hulle Werner F. Ebke Peter Nobel Guido Ferrarini Paul Davies Klaus J. Hopt Laurent Faugerolas Christian Kirchner Michael Blair Wolfgang Gerke, Matthias Bank Max Steiger Jaap W. Winter Jose M. Garrido Angel Rojo Jose M. Garrido Jonathan Rickford Guido Rossi Ben Pettet Lutgart.

Klaus Hopt was the Director of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Private and Private International Law in Hamburg, Germany from 1974 -1995. Eddy Wymeersch is Professor of Commercial Law, University of Ghent, Belgium, where he teaches company law, securities regulation and banking law.

Eddy Wymeersch, Klaus Hopt

Eddy Wymeersch, Klaus Hopt. The purpose of this investigation is to try and determine whether listed companies should be treated differently by company law from other companies. The issues here raise questions about corporate governance, the relative power of regulators and markets and the effect of market forces on regulators.

In the specially adapted and updated versions of the papers given at the Siena Conference of March 2000, the contributors attempt to investigate the relationship between company law, securities markets and securities regulation, or 'Capital Market Law'. This is an interdisciplinary project, involving scholars and practitioners of law and economics, policy makers, and corporate finance and management specialists from both sides of the Atlantic. It illustrates the increasing competitive pressure under which regulatory systems are developing, driven by market forces and regulatory competition. As markets are increasingly moulding the framework, the question arises to what extent a global regulatory system is being developed. European company law harmonization will increasingly have to take account of these market forces.