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Contemporary Studies in Corporate Law

Editors: Marc T Moore (University of Cambridge) and Christopher M Bruner (University of Georgia)

Corporate law scholarship has a relatively recent history despite the fact that corporations have existed and been subject to legal regulation for three centuries. The modern flourishing of corporate law scholarship has been matched by some broadening of the field of study to embrace insolvency, corporate finance, corporate governance and regulation of the financial markets. At the same time, new possibilities for studying the corporation emerge from corporate law’s intersection with other legal fields (e.g., labour, contract, competition, intellectual property, and criminal law), inter-disciplinary application of social scientific and other methodologies (e.g., economics, finance, history, politics, sociology, and philosophy), and comparative study of prevailing corporate governance structures from significant commercial jurisdictions around the world. This series seeks to foster intellectually diverse approaches to thinking about the law and its role, scope and effectiveness in the context of corporate activity. In so doing the series aims to publish works of high intellectual content and theoretical rigour.


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