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  • Author(s) Marc Moore; Martin Petrin
  • Edition1
  • Published09152017
  • PublisherMacmillan International Higher Education
  • ISBN9781137403322
This textbook on corporate governance is written for advanced undergraduate and graduate law students, as well as scholars working in the field. It offers clear insight into this fascinating area of financial law, from the analysis of the legal and regulatory framework of corporate governance in the UK to the core laws and regulatory principles that determine the allocation of decision-making power in UK public companies.  This book also highlights how prevailing corporate governance norms operate within their broader market and societal context. In doing so, it seeks to encourage readers to develop their own critical opinions on the topic by reference to leading strands of theoretical and inter-disciplinary literature, along with relevant comparative and historical insights.

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  • Author(s) Marc Moore; Martin Petrin
  • Edition1
  • Published09152017
  • PublisherMacmillan International Higher Education
  • ISBN9781137403322
This textbook on corporate governance is written for advanced undergraduate and graduate law students, as well as scholars working in the field. It offers clear insight into this fascinating area of financial law, from the analysis of the legal and regulatory framework of corporate governance in the UK to the core laws and regulatory principles that determine the allocation of decision-making power in UK public companies.  This book also highlights how prevailing corporate governance norms operate within their broader market and societal context. In doing so, it seeks to encourage readers to develop their own critical opinions on the topic by reference to leading strands of theoretical and inter-disciplinary literature, along with relevant comparative and historical insights.
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