Comparative Corporate Governance (Edward Elgar 2021), by Afra Afsharipour and Martin Gelter

Comparative corporate governance has become a broad research field during the past decades. With the increasing internationalization of law and legal scholarship, the subject has seen a burgeoning volume of research from a practical, theoretical, and empirical perspective. Practically speaking, both internationally and within individual countries, most corporate governance research deals with the interaction between … Continue reading Comparative Corporate Governance (Edward Elgar 2021), by Afra Afsharipour and Martin Gelter

Mergers, Acquisitions and International Financial Regulation: Analysing Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (Daniele D’Alvia, Routledge 2021), reviewed by Milos Vulanovic

In the hearings related to the Securities Enforcement Remedies and Penny Stock Reform Act of 1990, the US Attorney for the District of Utah stated regarding blank check companies (BBCs) initial public offerings (IPO): “[We] find no evidence that these offerings provide any benefit to the US economy or capital formation”. After more than thirty … Continue reading Mergers, Acquisitions and International Financial Regulation: Analysing Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (Daniele D’Alvia, Routledge 2021), reviewed by Milos Vulanovic