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Initial coin offerings (ICOs) have become the prevalent source of financing for start-up companies that use blockchain technology, raising more...Read more

Ruediger Fahlenbrach
Marc Frattaroli
03 September 2019

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Professor John Armour presents his paper "Disrupting Finance" at the Global Corporate Governance Colloquia (GCGC) at Stanford University in 2015.

12 June 2015

Presentation

A corporate bond market is thought to play an important role as a supplement to bank- oriented financial systems in emerging markets – functioning in effect as a “spare tire.” Yet bond markets typically rely upon a formal institutional foundation that is often lacking in developing economies. China’s corporate bond market is huge, yet scholarly analysis of it is relatively scarce and some of its elements remain poorly understood.

October 27 2021

Topic

The topic of dual class firms focuses on one of the core themes of corporate law & economics: the separation of ownership and control. Dual class firms have at least two classes of common shares: superior voting shares, owned primarily by firm founders, and low voting shares, held typically by outside public shareholders.

The topic of dual class firms focuses on one of the core themes of corporate law & economics: the separation of ownership and control. Dual class firms have at least two classes of common shares: superior voting shares, owned primarily by firm founders, and low voting shares, held typically by outside public shareholders.

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