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The Resource International Corporate Law - Volume 2 2002 : 2002

International Corporate Law - Volume 2 2002 : 2002

Label
International Corporate Law - Volume 2 2002 : 2002
Title
International Corporate Law - Volume 2 2002
Title remainder
2002
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Macmillan, Fiona
Dewey number
340.97
LC call number
K1311.3 -- .I682 2003eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Corporation law
  • International business enterprises -- Law and legislation
Label
International Corporate Law - Volume 2 2002 : 2002
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Title verso -- Table of Contents -- List of Contributors -- Members of the Advisory Committee on International Corporate Law -- Contributors to the Next Volume of International Corporate Law -- Part I -- 1. Globalisation of Corporate Regulation and Corporate Citizenship -- INTRODUCTION -- GLOBALISING REGULATORY INNOVATION ENABLES GLOBALISING OF THE CORPORATE FORM -- THE GLOBALISATION AND DECLINE OF GUILDS -- THE COMMENDA AND THE GLOBALISATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY -- JOINT -STOCK COMPANIES COLONISE THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN HEMISPHERES -- LIBERALISATION OF INCORPORATION AND THE GLOBALISATION OF THE INSTITUTION OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE -- TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE HEGEMONY OF LONDON AND NEW YORK -- THE RISE OF STATE REGULATION AROUND THE WORLD -- CROSS BORDER TRADING AND UNITED STATES RESISTANCE OF THE IMPETUS TO GLOBALISATION OF REGULATION -- FINANCIAL INNOVATION, DISASTERS AND PROGRESS WITH GLOBALISATION OF REGULATION -- ACTORS -- THE CONTEST OF PRINCIPLES -- MECHANISMS OF GLOBALISATION -- CONCLUSION -- 2. Enterprises and the Constitution of the World Economy -- INTRODUCTION -- INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AND THE POLITICAL ORGANISATION OF STATES -- THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN NON-LIBERAL AND LIBERAL LEGAL SYSTEMS -- THE ENTERPRISE IN THE LIBERAL LEGAL SYSTEM -- THE ENTERPRISE AS A SUBJECT OF LEGAL ANALYSIS -- RÈGLEMENT INTÉRIEUR AND THE CONTROL OF PROPERTY RIGHTS -- PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ENTERPRISE AUTONOMY -- ENTERPRISE AUTONOMY IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT -- THE UNILATERAL EXERCISE OF "PRIVATE" POWER -- NON-RECOGNITION OF THE ENTERPRISE ASA LEGAL AND POLITICAL ORDER -- DEVELOPING A NEW CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE FOR THE GLOBAL SOCIETY -- 3. The Juridicial Paradox of the Corporation -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I: THE CORPORATION AS AN PUBLIC ENABLING ACT
  • PART II: THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FICTIONAL CORPORATION -- PART III: THE EVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL CORPORATION -- PART IV: PLOTTING AN ALTERNATIVE WAY FORWARD -- 4. Towards Ethics for the Corporation -- INTRODUCTION -- PART 1: CHANGING PATTERNS OF CORPORATE BEHAVIOUR -- PART 2: STAKEHOLDING AS AN ETHICAL INTERVENTION -- PART 3: THE WORLD OF VIRTUE ETHICS -- PART 4: THE NATURE OF THE ARISTOTELIAN POLITY -- PART 5: MACINTYRE AND BUSINESS ETHICS -- CONCLUSION -- 5. The European Union: Promoting a Framework for Corporate Social Responsibility? -- INTRODUCTION -- CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY -- THE "NEW GOVERNANCE" AGENDA -- A "EUROPEAN" STAKEHOLDER MODEL OF THE FIRM? -- EU INITIATIVES IN RELATION TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY -- CONCLUSIONS -- POSTSCRIPT -- 6. The Relative Importance of the Statutory Derivative Action in Australia -- INTRODUCTION -- THE STRUCTURE OF THE SDA IN AUSTRALIA -- CONTEMPORARY TRENDS IN AUSTRALIAN CORPORATE PRACTICE, LAW AND REGULATION -- THE SDA IN AUSTRALIA: A BRIEF HISTORY -- CONCEPTUAL CONFUSION IN THE AUSTRALIAN SDA -- THE IMPORTANCE OF LEGISLATING FOR A DERIVATIVE ACTION -- CRITICISMS OF THE SDA -- CONCLUSION -- 7. Privatisation and the Challenge of Corporate Governance in Nigeria -- INTRODUCTION -- THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN NIGERIA: AN OVERVIEW -- CORPORATE GOVERNANCE -- THE OECD PRINCIPLES -- CORPORATE OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES -- SHAREHOLDERS' RIGHTS AND PROTECTION -- DIVERSIFIED OWNERSHIP: MOBILIZING SHAREHOLDERS -- CORE/STRATEGIC INVESTORS -- ACTIVIST SHAREHOLDER BLOCS -- MASS PRIVATISATION: OTHER OPTIONS -- CONCLUSION -- 8. Importing Law Reform: Vietnamese Company Law as a Case Study -- INTRODUCTION -- TRANSPLANTATION THEORY -- IMPORTING A COMPANY LAW REGIME -- DRAFTING CORPORATE LAWS -- MARKET ENTRY IDEOLOGY -- BUREAUCRATIC CULTURE AND CONCESSIONARY PRIVILEGES
  • MARKET ENTRY AND VIETNAMESE RELATIONAL CONFIGURATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- 9. Revitalising Japanese Business Strategies by Corporate Restructuring: Live or Let Die? -- INTRODUCTION -- AN OVERVIEW OF THE 1999 AMENDMENTS TO THE JAPANESE COMMERCIAL CODE -- NEW CORPORATE ACCOUNTING STANDARDS -- PROPOSED NEW PROCEDURES FOR DE-MERGER -- LEGAL PROBLEMS WITH THE AMALGAMATION OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS -- CONCLUSION -- POSTSCRIPT -- 10. CLERP and its Impact on Australian Futures Regulation -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I: DEVELOPMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN FUTURES MARKET -- PART II: THE EXISTING REGULATORY ARRANGEMENTS -- PART III: EXISTING REGULATORY WEAKNESSES -- PART IV: PROPOSED REGULATORY CHANGES -- PART V: SUMMARY AND COMMENTS -- 11. Multinational Enterprises, the World Trade Organisation and the Protection of the Environment -- THE NATURE OF THE MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISE -- THE WTO AND MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES -- MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- UNITED NATIONS INITIATIVES -- OECD GUIDELINES FOR MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES -- NGO INITIATIVES -- OTHER INDIRECT INITIATIVES ON TRANSBOUNDARY ENVIRONMENTAL HARM -- OTHER INDIRECT INITIATIVES ON TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER -- ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: ISO 14001 AND THE WTO AGREEMENT ON TECHNICAL BARRIERS TO TRADE -- HAVE MULTINATIONAL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES BEEN GREENED? -- Part II -- 12. Suing Multinational Corporate Groups for Torts in the Wake of the Lubbe Case - A Comment -- INTRODUCTION -- CASE SUMMARY -- DOCTRINE OF FORUM NON CONVENIENS -- CONCLUSION -- 13. Developments in French Company Law -- INTRODUCTION -- GENERAL OVERVIEW OF FRENCH COMPANY LAW -- REFORMS OF IMPORTANCE -- CONCLUSION -- 14. Recent Developments in the Nigerian Capital Market -- INTRODUCTION -- UNIT TRUSTS -- THE INVESTORS PROTECTION FUND -- THE INVESTMENT AND SECURITIES TRIBUNAL
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1772560
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (350 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781847311900
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1772560
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1772560
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10276198
  • (OCoLC)893332165
Label
International Corporate Law - Volume 2 2002 : 2002
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Title verso -- Table of Contents -- List of Contributors -- Members of the Advisory Committee on International Corporate Law -- Contributors to the Next Volume of International Corporate Law -- Part I -- 1. Globalisation of Corporate Regulation and Corporate Citizenship -- INTRODUCTION -- GLOBALISING REGULATORY INNOVATION ENABLES GLOBALISING OF THE CORPORATE FORM -- THE GLOBALISATION AND DECLINE OF GUILDS -- THE COMMENDA AND THE GLOBALISATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY -- JOINT -STOCK COMPANIES COLONISE THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN HEMISPHERES -- LIBERALISATION OF INCORPORATION AND THE GLOBALISATION OF THE INSTITUTION OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE -- TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE HEGEMONY OF LONDON AND NEW YORK -- THE RISE OF STATE REGULATION AROUND THE WORLD -- CROSS BORDER TRADING AND UNITED STATES RESISTANCE OF THE IMPETUS TO GLOBALISATION OF REGULATION -- FINANCIAL INNOVATION, DISASTERS AND PROGRESS WITH GLOBALISATION OF REGULATION -- ACTORS -- THE CONTEST OF PRINCIPLES -- MECHANISMS OF GLOBALISATION -- CONCLUSION -- 2. Enterprises and the Constitution of the World Economy -- INTRODUCTION -- INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AND THE POLITICAL ORGANISATION OF STATES -- THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN NON-LIBERAL AND LIBERAL LEGAL SYSTEMS -- THE ENTERPRISE IN THE LIBERAL LEGAL SYSTEM -- THE ENTERPRISE AS A SUBJECT OF LEGAL ANALYSIS -- RÈGLEMENT INTÉRIEUR AND THE CONTROL OF PROPERTY RIGHTS -- PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ENTERPRISE AUTONOMY -- ENTERPRISE AUTONOMY IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT -- THE UNILATERAL EXERCISE OF "PRIVATE" POWER -- NON-RECOGNITION OF THE ENTERPRISE ASA LEGAL AND POLITICAL ORDER -- DEVELOPING A NEW CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE FOR THE GLOBAL SOCIETY -- 3. The Juridicial Paradox of the Corporation -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I: THE CORPORATION AS AN PUBLIC ENABLING ACT
  • PART II: THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FICTIONAL CORPORATION -- PART III: THE EVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL CORPORATION -- PART IV: PLOTTING AN ALTERNATIVE WAY FORWARD -- 4. Towards Ethics for the Corporation -- INTRODUCTION -- PART 1: CHANGING PATTERNS OF CORPORATE BEHAVIOUR -- PART 2: STAKEHOLDING AS AN ETHICAL INTERVENTION -- PART 3: THE WORLD OF VIRTUE ETHICS -- PART 4: THE NATURE OF THE ARISTOTELIAN POLITY -- PART 5: MACINTYRE AND BUSINESS ETHICS -- CONCLUSION -- 5. The European Union: Promoting a Framework for Corporate Social Responsibility? -- INTRODUCTION -- CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY -- THE "NEW GOVERNANCE" AGENDA -- A "EUROPEAN" STAKEHOLDER MODEL OF THE FIRM? -- EU INITIATIVES IN RELATION TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY -- CONCLUSIONS -- POSTSCRIPT -- 6. The Relative Importance of the Statutory Derivative Action in Australia -- INTRODUCTION -- THE STRUCTURE OF THE SDA IN AUSTRALIA -- CONTEMPORARY TRENDS IN AUSTRALIAN CORPORATE PRACTICE, LAW AND REGULATION -- THE SDA IN AUSTRALIA: A BRIEF HISTORY -- CONCEPTUAL CONFUSION IN THE AUSTRALIAN SDA -- THE IMPORTANCE OF LEGISLATING FOR A DERIVATIVE ACTION -- CRITICISMS OF THE SDA -- CONCLUSION -- 7. Privatisation and the Challenge of Corporate Governance in Nigeria -- INTRODUCTION -- THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN NIGERIA: AN OVERVIEW -- CORPORATE GOVERNANCE -- THE OECD PRINCIPLES -- CORPORATE OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES -- SHAREHOLDERS' RIGHTS AND PROTECTION -- DIVERSIFIED OWNERSHIP: MOBILIZING SHAREHOLDERS -- CORE/STRATEGIC INVESTORS -- ACTIVIST SHAREHOLDER BLOCS -- MASS PRIVATISATION: OTHER OPTIONS -- CONCLUSION -- 8. Importing Law Reform: Vietnamese Company Law as a Case Study -- INTRODUCTION -- TRANSPLANTATION THEORY -- IMPORTING A COMPANY LAW REGIME -- DRAFTING CORPORATE LAWS -- MARKET ENTRY IDEOLOGY -- BUREAUCRATIC CULTURE AND CONCESSIONARY PRIVILEGES
  • MARKET ENTRY AND VIETNAMESE RELATIONAL CONFIGURATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- 9. Revitalising Japanese Business Strategies by Corporate Restructuring: Live or Let Die? -- INTRODUCTION -- AN OVERVIEW OF THE 1999 AMENDMENTS TO THE JAPANESE COMMERCIAL CODE -- NEW CORPORATE ACCOUNTING STANDARDS -- PROPOSED NEW PROCEDURES FOR DE-MERGER -- LEGAL PROBLEMS WITH THE AMALGAMATION OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS -- CONCLUSION -- POSTSCRIPT -- 10. CLERP and its Impact on Australian Futures Regulation -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I: DEVELOPMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN FUTURES MARKET -- PART II: THE EXISTING REGULATORY ARRANGEMENTS -- PART III: EXISTING REGULATORY WEAKNESSES -- PART IV: PROPOSED REGULATORY CHANGES -- PART V: SUMMARY AND COMMENTS -- 11. Multinational Enterprises, the World Trade Organisation and the Protection of the Environment -- THE NATURE OF THE MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISE -- THE WTO AND MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES -- MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- UNITED NATIONS INITIATIVES -- OECD GUIDELINES FOR MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES -- NGO INITIATIVES -- OTHER INDIRECT INITIATIVES ON TRANSBOUNDARY ENVIRONMENTAL HARM -- OTHER INDIRECT INITIATIVES ON TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER -- ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: ISO 14001 AND THE WTO AGREEMENT ON TECHNICAL BARRIERS TO TRADE -- HAVE MULTINATIONAL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES BEEN GREENED? -- Part II -- 12. Suing Multinational Corporate Groups for Torts in the Wake of the Lubbe Case - A Comment -- INTRODUCTION -- CASE SUMMARY -- DOCTRINE OF FORUM NON CONVENIENS -- CONCLUSION -- 13. Developments in French Company Law -- INTRODUCTION -- GENERAL OVERVIEW OF FRENCH COMPANY LAW -- REFORMS OF IMPORTANCE -- CONCLUSION -- 14. Recent Developments in the Nigerian Capital Market -- INTRODUCTION -- UNIT TRUSTS -- THE INVESTORS PROTECTION FUND -- THE INVESTMENT AND SECURITIES TRIBUNAL
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1772560
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (350 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781847311900
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1772560
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1772560
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10276198
  • (OCoLC)893332165

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