The Routledge Handbook of Corporate Law provides an accessible overview of current research in the field, from an international and comparative perspective.
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chapter Introduction: corporate law in transition / Roman Tomasic part PART I Thinking about corporate law chapter 1 The methods of comparative corporate law / Mathias M Siems chapter 2 The de-privatisation of Anglo-American corporate law? / Marc T Moore chapter 3 What is corporate law? An Australian perspective / Stephen Bottomley chapter 4 How corporate law matters: the debate as to the inter-relationship between legal origin and economic performance part PART II Corporate law principles and governance chapter 5 Independence and diversity in board composition / Sally Wheeler chapter 6 The fiduciary duties of institutional investors / Folarin Akinbami chapter 7 Corporate law and the phoenix company / Helen Anderson chapter 8 Trust is good but control is better? A critical introduction to remuneration governance in Germany and the United Kingdom chapter 9 State capitalism and corporate law: the governance of state-owned enterprises in China chapter 10 The limits of institutional shareholder activism in China and the United Kingdom: some comparisons part PART III Some cross-cultural comparisons chapter 11 Corporate governance in China: the law and its political logic / Jiangyu Wang chapter 12 Contemporary company law reforms in India / Harpreet Kaur chapter 13 Company law and corporate governance in Malaysia: harmonisation of Shariah and the common law chapter 14 Chinese family companies in Hong Kong: governance, predicaments and regulatory challenges chapter 15 Piercing the corporate veil in Latin America / Jose Maria Lezcano Navarro.