Post–crisis Trajectories of European Corporate Governance. Dealing with the Present and Building the Future. Journal of Law and Society Special Issues

  • ID: 2785575
  • Journal
  • Region: Europe
  • 176 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Many feel that the current economic crisis indicates an urgent need for a regional, national, and global reassessment of contemporary corporate governance practices and systems. Post–crisis Trajectories of European Corporate Governance presents a critical re–evaluation of relevant policy and institutional elements of corporate governance as it relates to the member states of the European Union. Experts in corporate governance explore a variety of topics, including questions on whether there should be a unified corporate governance trajectory in the EU. And if such a trajectory exists, must it be completely reoriented or would a simple upgrade of current arrangements suffice? With a goal of initiating a dialogue about optimum European corporate governance policy in the aftermath of the global economic crisis, Post–crisis Trajectories of European Corporate Governance offers important insights into the prospects for Europe s economic future.

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1 Introduction: Exploring Post–crisis Trajectories of European Corporate GovernanceAlan Dignam and Michael Galanis

2 Preventing the Next Financial Crisis? Regulating Bankers′ Pay in EuropeAndrew Johnston)

3 Market Discipline and EU Corporate Governance Reform in the Banking Sector: Merits, Fallacies, and Cognitive BoundariesEmilios Avgouleas and Jay Cullen

4 The Financial Crisis: A Reason to Improve Shareholder Protection in the EU?Jonathan Mukwiri and Mathias Siems

5 Post–crisis Corporate Governance and Labour Relations in the EU (and Beyond)Charlotte Villiers

6 Harmonization Process for Effective Corporate Governance in the European Union: From a Historical Perspective to Future ProspectsVeronique Magnier

7 Understanding the Board of Directors after the Financial Crisis: Some Lessons for EuropeJoseph A. McCahery and Erik P.M. Vermeulen

8 Developing Two–tiered Regulatory Competition in EU Corporate Law: Assessing the Impact of the Societas Privata EuropaeaMartina Eckardt and Wolfgang Kerber

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Alan Dignam
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