Company Law

Working Paper

01 November 2003

Taking Shareholder Protection Seriously? Corporate Governance in the United States and Germany

The paper undertakes a comparative study of the set of laws affecting corporate governance in the United States and Germany, and an evaluation of their design - if one assumes that their objective were the protection of the interests of...

Theodor Baums | Kenneth Scott
01 February 2009

Private Enforcement of Corporate Law: An Empirical Comparison of the UK and US

It is often assumed that strong securities markets require good legal protection of minority shareholders. This implies both "good" law -- principally corporate and securities law -- and enforcement, yet there has been little...

John Armour | Bernard Black | Brian Cheffins | Richard Nolan
01 July 2009

Firm-Level Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets: A Case Study of India

We provide an overview of Indian corporate governance practices, based primarily on responses to a 2006 survey of 370 Indian public companies. Compliance with legal norms is reasonably high in most areas, but not complete. We identify...

Bala Balasubramanian | Bernard Black | Vikramaditya Khanna

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