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Great Debates in Commercial and Corporate Law

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 245
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Great Debates in Law

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An exciting new textbook which presents critical perspectives on corporate and commercial law. Focussing on the key areas of trade and transactions, intellectual property, corporations and finance, it covers each of the...

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An exciting new textbook which presents critical perspectives on corporate and commercial law. Focussing on the key areas of trade and transactions, intellectual property, corporations and finance, it covers each of the areas of commercial and company law that would typically be offered to undergraduate and postgraduate law students.  

The chapters are written by acknowledged experts in the field and are aimed at undergraduates, post graduates and lecturers who wish to further their understanding of this area. Each of the authors focuses on an area within their subject and draws out the political, the controversial and the discursive, providing essential reading for undergraduate dissertation topics and postgraduate analysis. 

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Unique approach -  there is an absence of critical texts on commercial law
There are no texts that provide the scope and critical approach provided by this text
Includes contributions from key academics
Broad appeal - provides an introduction to many areas of commercial and corporate law
Complements core textbooks on corporate and commercial law  

Introduction
1. Contract Law as Regulation: Relational and Formalist Approaches - Jonathan Morgan
2. The Common Law of Contract: Essential or Expendable? - Catherine Mitchell
3. Labour Law and Practices: Workers Paying the Price for Capitalist Failure? - Charlotte Villiers and Roseanne Russell
4. A Good Idea Gone Bad. Can We Still Justify Patent Monopolies - Peter S. Harrison
5. Is Trade Law Fit for Purpose? - Robert Burrell
6. Copyright and Invisible Authors: A Property Perspective - Emily Hudson
7. Shareholders and Directors: Entitlements, Duties and the Expansion of Shareholder Wealth - Lorraine Talbot
8. Debating Theories of the Company and Separate Corporate Personality - Daniel Attenborough
9. Hostile Takeovers: Corporate Governance Solution or Social Cost? - Andrew Johnston
10. The Taxonomy of Taxation - Kerrie Sadiq and Bronwyn McCredie
11. The Law and Regulation of Banks and Money - Andrew Johnston, Jay Cullen and Trevor Pugh
12. Financial Regulation and Market (In)Efficiency - Jay Cullen
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Professor Andrew Johnston is Professor of Company Law and Corporate Governance at the School of Law, University of Sheffield. 

Professor Lorraine Talbot is Professor of Company Law in Context at Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham.



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Professor Andrew Johnston is Professor of Company Law and Corporate Governance at the School of Law, University of Sheffield. 

Professor Lorraine Talbot is Professor of Company Law in Context at Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham.



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