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  1. Economics of Corporate Law

    Economics of Corporate Law

    Edited by Claire A. Hill, Brett H. McDonnell
    Scholarly analysis of corporate law in the United States has come to be dominated by an economic approach. Professor Hill and Professor McDonnell here draw together seminal articles which represent major milestones along the road that economics has traveled in coming to play this central role in corporate law scholarship. The focus is on the analysis of corporate law, drawing mainly upon legal scholarship and particularly on US scholarship, which is the originator of the application of modern economic analysis to corporate law and has had much influence in other countries. Learn More
    2016   Hardback Price: $ 840.00   Web: $ 756.00
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  2. Law and Economics of Mergers and Acquisitions

    Law and Economics of Mergers and Acquisitions

    Edited by Steven Davidoff Solomon, Claire A. Hill
    This book provides a broad survey of past and recent scholarship on mergers and acquisitions. Seminal work on the history, rationales and outcomes of mergers and acquisitions is followed by leading articles on what M&A lawyers do. Major articles by prominent authorities in the field explore how deals are done, defended and terminated. The collection concludes with several eminent selections on private equity deals and international issues. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 861.00   Web: $ 774.90
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  3. Law and Entrepreneurship

    Law and Entrepreneurship

    Edited by Robert E. Litan, Anthony J. Luppino
    The symbiosis that exists between entrepreneurship and law is of paramount importance in accommodating and advancing the freedom to innovate, as well as the need to prevent unfair and abusive activities. Seminal articles and essays reprinted in this collection examine several major subject areas of law associated with entrepreneurship, including intellectual property, restrictive covenants designed to protect proprietary information, business organizations, taxation, securities regulation and tort law. This collection presents issues implicated in both for-profit growth ventures and creative social enterprises. It also explores the roles of lawyers and trends in the education of law students to become professionals in fields ranging from valuable counselors to entrepreneurs. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 420.00   Web: $ 378.00
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  4. The History of Modern US Corporate Governance

    The History of Modern US Corporate Governance

    Edited by Brian R. Cheffins
    This two-volume set is a unique resource for those seeking a historical overview of the development of corporate governance. The papers trace the evolution of US corporate governance from the time when the subject became prominent in the 1970s to the present day. Topics canvassed include the board of directors, executive pay, shareholder activism and the regulatory structure that shapes corporate governance in the US. The primary focus is on the governance challenges posed by the separation of ownership and control, a hallmark of larger US public companies. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 640.00   Web: $ 576.00
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  5. Insider Trading

    Insider Trading

    Edited by Stephen M. Bainbridge
    This timely collection, edited by a leading academic in the field, brings together seminal works of scholarship on insider trading over a 40 year period, with contributions from many prominent law professors and economists. Areas covered in the volume include the origins and development of insider trading law, insider trading statues and the policies surrounding insider trading. Along with an original introduction, Professor Bainbridge provides a comparative and international focus as well as coverage of important issues in the US law of insider trading. This volume will be of immense value to scholars and practitioners interested in this evolving and topical field of study. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 399.00   Web: $ 359.10
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  6. Mergers and the Market for Corporate Control

    Mergers and the Market for Corporate Control

    Edited by Fred S. McChesney
    This volume provides an essential overview of one of the most important developments in economics, finance and law of the past generation: the growing realization of how the market for corporate control functions and why its operation is of crucial importance. Presenting seventeen seminal contributions, the book illustrates the importance of corporate control changes – mergers, acquisitions and other takeovers – in helping to align the interests of corporate shareholders and their managers. The mechanics of various takeover techniques (poison pills, greenmail and other gambits) are also explored alongside empirical research concerning the functioning of the market for corporate control. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 357.00   Web: $ 321.30
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  7. Governance and Executive Compensation

    Governance and Executive Compensation

    Edited by William Forbes
    This timely volume is an authoritative selection of the most important papers investigating the complex and controversial issue of governance and executive compensation. Professor Forbes includes seminal material on the history, rationale and prospects for executive pay and its impact upon corporate performance. He has also written a new original introduction to each section explaining the contribution of each paper. This landmark book will be an essential source of reference for an understanding of executive pay and its relationship to business success. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 317.00   Web: $ 285.30
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  8. Governance and Expropriation

    Governance and Expropriation

    Edited by Larry H.P. Lang
    Corporate groups outside the US are often controlled by a complex of ownership links, which typically form a pyramidal structure: a private holding company sits at the top of a control pyramid of several tiers of companies; firms in the lowest tier are the group’s publicly listed companies. The usual practice of expropriation in such groups is to pass bad assets to companies down the pyramid and to pass the proceeds up the pyramid via internal transactions. Learn More
    2005   Hardback Price: $ 259.00   Web: $ 233.10
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