Regulation

Working Paper

Be Careful What You Wish For: How Progress Engendered Regression in Related Party Transaction Regulation in Israel

The regulation of related party transactions (RPTs) is today the single most important yardstick for the quality of corporate governance systems. It is also one of the thorniest issues because RPTs are a well-documented cause of abuse by...Read more

Amir Licht
29 January 2018

The Disappearing Taboo of Multiple Voting Shares: Regulatory Responses to the Migration of Chrysler-Fiat

In 2014, the Italian Government broke an old taboo of Italian corporate law, joining the ranks of many different legal systems that allow the issuance of multiple voting shares (MVSs), including the United States. The importance of the reform is...Read more

Marco Ventoruzzo
01 March 2015

Groups of Companies - A Comparative Study on the Economics, Law and Regulation of Corporate Groups

The phenomenon of groups of companies is very common in modern corporate reality. The empirical data on groups of companies are heterogeneous because they are collected for very different regulatory and other objectives. Two main agency problems...Read more

Klaus Hopt
01 February 2015

Incentive Fees and Competition in Pension Funds: Evidence from a Regulatory Experiment

Concerned with excessive risk taking, regulators worldwide generally prohibit private
pension funds from charging performance-based fees. Instead, the premise underlying the regulation of private pension schemes (and other retail-oriented...Read more

Assaf Hamdani
Eugene Kandel
Yishay Yafeh
01 February 2016

The Economics of Disclosure and Financial Reporting Regulation: Evidence and Suggestions for Future Research

This paper discusses the empirical literature on the economic consequences of disclosure and financial reporting regulation, drawing on U.S. and international evidence. Given the policy relevance of research on regulation, we highlight the...Read more

Christian Leuz
01 December 2015

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