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Foster, Nicholas HD; Ball, Jane (2006)
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: 8500, 4000, 8090
This article discusses the limitations of the law incorporating a corporation (‘incorporation law’) as a control or governance mechanism in a world where it is increasingly difficult to prevent corporations choosing the incorporation law which suits them best. It uses as an example of the globalising pressures in this field three important cases on the right of establishment in the European Union.
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