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New Issue Journal of Law and Society

The Journal of Law and Society has published a “Special Issue: Exploring Post-crisis Trajectories of European Corporate Governance” (March 2014).  Contents include: (more…)

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Ferrarini & Saguato: Reforming Securities and Derivatives Trading in the EU

 

Guido A. Ferrarini (University of Genoa – Law School ; European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)) and Paolo Saguato (New York University School of Law ; Genoa Centre for Law and Finance) have posted “Reforming Securities and Derivatives Trading in the EU: From EMIR to MIFIR, 13(2) Journal of Corporate Law Studies 319 (2013). (more…)

Marjosola: Stress Testing Constitutional Resilience of the Powers of EU Financial Supervisory Authorities

Heikki Marjosola (University of Helsinki – Faculty of Law) has posted “Case C-270/12 (UK v Parliament and Council) – Stress Testing Constitutional Resilience of the Powers of EU Financial Supervisory Authorities – A Critical Assessment of the Advocate General’s Opinion” EUI Department of Law Research Paper No. 2014/02 (ERC ERPL 06). (more…)

European Company Law Experts: Making Corporate Governance Codes More Effective

The European Company Law Experts have posted “Making Corporate Governance Codes More Effective: A Response to the European Commission’s Action Plan of December 2012.” (more…)