European Business Law Review

Volume 15 (2004)

ISSUE 1
'Introduction', Ulf Bernitz, Issue 1, pp. 1–3
'A Single European Law of Contract?', William Blair, Richard Brent, Issue 1, pp. 5–21
'European Contract Law: Taking the Heat Out of Questions of Competence', Stephen Weatherill, Issue 1, pp. 23–32
'Harmonisation of Contract Law and the Plan for a European Civil Code', Guido Alpa, Issue 1, pp. 33–40
'The Inclusion of Mandatory Rules in an Optional EC Contract Law Instrument', Ali R. Sinai, Issue 1, pp. 41–71
'Realisation of the EU Insolvency Regulation in Germany, France and The Netherlands', Bob Wessels, Issue 1, pp. 73–83
'Financial Analysts and Research Activity: Definition, Contents and Rules in the Italian Regulatory System', Francesco Capriglione, Issue 1, pp. 85–98
'The Winding Up Directive Finally Establishes Uniform Private International Law for Banking Insolvency Proceedings', Jean-Pierre Deguée, Issue 1, pp. 99–128

ISSUE 2
'Mergers: Remedies and Freedom of Contract', Guido Alpa, Issue 2, pp. 129–145
'The Recent Directive on Takeover-Bids', Frank Wooldridge, Issue 2, pp. 147–158
'Minority Squeeze-Outs and the European Convention on Human Rights', Mads Krohn, Issue 2, pp. 159–182
'MAD in a Hurry: The Swift and Promising Adoption of the EU Market Abuse Directive', Jesper Lau Hansen, Issue 2, pp. 183–221
'Analyze This! Some Swedish Reflections on the Europeanization of Tort Law', Mårten Schultz, Issue 2, pp. 223–251
'Pros and Cons of a Sectoral Approach without a Comprehensive Multilateral Competition Framework', Philip Marsden, Issue 2, pp. 253–262
'Cooperation within the European Competition Network', Modernisation Expert Group Competition Law Forum, Issue 2, pp. 263–273
'Supplemental Submission to the European Competition Network Regarding the Modernisation Package', Modernisation Expert Group Competition Law Forum, Issue 2, pp. 275–283
'Agricultural Commodities: Fortress Europe after Doha?', Maria O Neill, Issue 2, pp. 285–304

ISSUE 3
'European Financial Programme: Content, Structure and Completion', George Walker, Issue 3, pp. 305–345
'The Harmonisation of EC Law of Financial Markets in the Perspective of Consumer Protection', Guido Alpa, Issue 3, pp. 347–365
'EC Law on Cross-border On-line Financial Services', Matteo Ortino, Issue 3, pp. 367–379
'Authorization for the Carrying on of the Business of Credit Institutions', Fabio Merusi, Issue 3, pp. 381–393
'Ownership Rules', Antonella Antonucci, Issue 3, pp. 395–404
'Solvency Ratio', Marcello Condemi, Stefano De Polis, Issue 3, pp. 405–425
'Regulation of Large Exposures', Vincenzo Troiano, Issue 3, pp. 427–437
'Qualifying Holdings Outside the Financial Sector', Vincenzo Troiano, Issue 3, pp. 439–445
'Freedom of Establishment and Provision of Services', Francesco Capriglione, Issue 3, pp. 447–461
'The Advocate-General’s Opinion in Paul and Others v Germany – Cutting Back State Liability for Regulatory Negligence?', Jens-Hinrich Binder, Issue 3, pp. 463–476
'Telecommunications Dispute Resolution: Procedure and Effectiveness', Mads Andenas, Stefan Zleptnig, Issue 3, pp. 477–663

ISSUE 4
'Relations with Banks from Third Countries', Francesco Capriglione, Issue 4, pp. 665–683
'European Community Directive on Reorganization and Winding-up of Credit Institutions: Exceptions to the Application of lex concursus (Title IV, Articles 20–27 and 30–32)', Roberto Cercone, Issue 4, pp. 685–704
'Technical Instruments of Prudential Supervision in General (Articles 34–51 of Directive 2000/12/EC)', Claudio Clemente, Issue 4, pp. 705–714
'International and Cross-Border Co-operation among Banking Supervisors: The Role of the European Central Bank', Sergio Ortino, Issue 4, pp. 715–734
'Concentration of Banking Risks', Emilio De Lillo, Issue 4, pp. 735–741
'Supervision on a Consolidated Basis (Articles 52–56 of Directive 2000/12/EC)', Concetta Brescia Morra, Issue 4, pp. 743–761
'Banking Advisory Committee (Title VI, Articles 57.58.59.60)', Giuseppe Godano, Issue 4, pp. 763–774
'Credit Institutions and State Aids in EC Law', Rossella Delfino, Issue 4, pp. 775–810
'The Law Commission’s Proposals: A Critique', Louise Gullifer, Issue 4, pp. 811–834
'The Law Commission’s Consultation Paper No 164: Some Reflections Regarding the Exclusion of Securities', Erica Johansson, Issue 4, pp. 835–859
'Swedish Credit Security Law: A Case for Law Reform?', Göran Millqvist, Issue 4, pp. 861–870
'The Need for Harmonisation of Collateral Law in Europe', Hugh S. Pigott, Issue 4, pp. 871–877
'Reform of Security over Movable Property in Lithuania: Evaluation and Proposals', Andrius Smaliukas, Issue 4, pp. 879–901
'The Execution of Pledges under Russian Law', Wim Albert Timmermans, Issue 4, pp. 903–918
'Reforming Capital: Report of the Interdisciplinary Group on Capital Maintenance', Jonathan Rickford (ed.), Issue 4, pp. 919–1027

ISSUE 5
'Reforming Capital: An Introductory Note', Jonathan Rickford, Issue 5, pp. 1029–1030
'A Comparative Approach to Capital Maintenance: Germany', Friedrich Kübler, Issue 5, pp. 1031–1035
'A Comparative Approach to Capital Maintenance: France', Joelle Simon, Issue 5, pp. 1037–1044
'Creditor Protection and Capital Maintenance from a German Perspective', Hanno Merkt, Issue 5, pp. 1045–1057
'Forcing Firms to Share the Sandbox: Compulsory Licensing of Intellectual Property Rights and Antitrust', Makan Delrahim, Issue 5, pp. 1059–1069
'From Magill to IMS: Dominant Firms’ Duty to License Competitors', Luca Prete, Issue 5, pp. 1071–1086
'Mandating Access: The Principles and the Problems in Intellectual Property and Competition Policy', John Temple Lang, Issue 5, pp. 1087–1113
'The Court of Justice, Principles of EC Law, Court Reform and Constitutional Adjudication', Gil Carlos Rodríguez Iglesias, Issue 5, pp. 1115–1121
'A Glance at Unfair Terms in Italy and the United Kingdom (What an Italian Lawyer can Learn from the English Experience)', Guido Alpa, Issue 5, pp. 1123–1138
'The German Two-Tier Board and the German Corporate­ Governance Code', Jean J. du Plessis, Issue 5, pp. 1139–1164
'EU Law and its Frameworks: State Aid Control and the CEECs', Andrew Evans, Issue 5, pp. 1165–1187
'Freedom of Establishment, International Company Law and the Comparison of European Company Law Systems after the ECJ’s Decision in Inspire Art Ltd', Hans C. Hirt, Issue 5, pp. 1189–1222
'Book Review: Tort Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative Perspective', Angela Ward, Issue 5, pp. 1223–1224

ISSUE 6
'Current Developments in European Law on the Restructuring of Companies: An Introduction', Jonathan Rickford, Issue 6, pp. 1225–1258
'EC Company Law and the Fears of a European Delaware', Luca Enriques, Issue 6, pp. 1259–1274
'French Interpretations and Strategies about the European Company', Michel Menjucq, Issue 6, pp. 1275–1282
'The European Company Statute: A Practical Working Model for the Future of European Company Law Making?', Mike Edbury, Issue 6, pp. 1283–1293
'The Transfer of Seat of the European Company v Free Establishment Case-Law', Manuel Garcia-Riestra, Issue 6, pp. 1295–1323
'Restructuring Companies in Europe: A German Perspective', Christoph Teichmann, Issue 6, pp. 1325–1341
'Societas Europaea: Is Tax an Incentive or a Barrier?', Roopa Aitken, Chris Morgan, Issue 6, pp. 1343–1349
'Introduction', Ulf Bernitz, Issue 6, pp. 1351–1352
'Anglo-American v Continental-Nordic Models of Corporate Governance: The Political Economy of Takeovers in the European Union', Andre Nilsen, Issue 6, pp. 1353–1378
'The Emerging European Takeover Law from a British Perspective', Jonathan Rickford, Issue 6, pp. 1379–1421
'The Attack on the Nordic Multiple Voting Rights Model: The Legal Limits under EU Law', Ulf Bernitz, Issue 6, pp. 1423–1437
'The Takeover Directive, the ‘Breakthrough’ Rule and the Swedish System of Dual Class Common Stock', Rolf Skog, Issue 6, pp. 1439–1451
'The Regulation of Takeovers under German Law', Theodor Baums, Issue 6, pp. 1453–1460
'The Takeover Directive and Corporate Governance: The Danish Experience', Paul Krüger Andersen, Issue 6, pp. 1461–1475
'2004 Index of Articles', Issue 6, pp. 1477–1482
'2004 Index of Authors', Issue 6, pp. 1483–1488

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