European Business Organization Law Review
Eur Bus Organ Law Rev
Companies and corporate groups dominate the conduct of business in the modern industrial and post-industrial European society. Their ability to organize according to their business needs irrespective of national borders is essential to the economic success of the internal market. The European Economic and Monetary Union is based upon the freedom of companies to enter' and exit' Member States' markets engage in business activities and offer the whole range of goods and services. For businesses originating both within and outside the EU this subject is of the utmost importance meritorious of a dedicated regularly published journal that serves as a platform for scholarly debate. European Business Organization Law Review is such a journal. In view of the current debate on the theory of the firm and the theory of capital markets European Business Organization Law Review critically analyzes national company laws; EC company law and related private international law aspects; the legal relationship to shareholders; corporate governance; applicable labour laws; a company's external relations with outsiders and public authorities; company financing and project financing; investment; organization of state-owned public enterprises; state intervention through subsidies loans and regulation; mergers and take-over bids; accounting and auditing; taxation; company transfer; liquidation and insolvency. European Business Organization Law Review encourages submissions from lawyers academics and practitioners. Contributors from other disciplines such as economists political and social scientists are welcome. Occasionally policy makers and business officers will be invited to express their opinion within their fields of expertise. Theoretical and applied works are equally considered.
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