New to this edition
Readership: Students and scholars of company law, corporate law, business, finance and economics, and interested legal practitioners.
Reinier Kraakman, Ezra Ripley Thayer Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, John Armour, Lovells Professor of Law and Finance , University of Oxford, Paul Davies, Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law, University of Oxford, Luca Enriques, Professor of Business Law, University of Bologna, and a Commissioner of Consob, Henry B. Hansmann, Augustus E. Lines Professor of Law, Yale Law School, Gérard Hertig, Professor of Law, ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Zurich, Klaus J. Hopt, Professor, Max Planck Institute for Comparative
and International Private Law, Hamburg, Hideki Kanda, Professor of Law, University of Tokyo, and Edward B. Rock, Saul A. Fox Distinguished Professor of Business Law, and Co-Director, Institute for Law & Economics, University of Pennsylvania
Review(s) from previous edition"...the most important corporate law book of the decade ... the future starts here... - Yale Law Journal 09/09/2004
1: Hansmann and Kraakman: What is Corporate Law?
2: Hansmann and Kraakman: Agency Problems and Legal Strategies
3: Hansmann and Kraakman: The Basic Governance Structure
4: Hertig and Kanda: Creditor Protection
5: Hertig and Kanda: Related Party Transactions
6: Rock, Kanda, and Kraakman: Significant Corporate Actions
7: Davies and Hopt: Control Transactions
8: Hertig, Kraakman and Rock: Issuers and Investor Protection
9: Hertig, Hansmann, Kraakman, Rock, Hopt and Kanda: Enforcement
10: Hertig, Hansmann, Kraakman, Rock, Hopt and Kanda: Convergence in Corporate Law
11: Davies, Hertig and Hopt: Beyond the Anatomy