European Business Law Review

Volume 20 (2009)

ISSUE 1
'Multinational Companies: Of Institutional “Spheres of Influence”, Corporate Social Responsibility and Meaningful Financial Sector Law Reform for Developing Countries', Joseph J. Norton, Issue 1, pp. 1–62
'MiFID’s Systematic Internalisation: the Efficiency Debate and the Future of the European Financial Markets', Giulia Gobbo, Issue 1, pp. 63–99
'Safeguards against Takeover after Volkswagen – On the Lawfulness of such Safeguards under Company Law after the European Court’s Decision in “Volkswagen”', Erik Werlauff, Issue 1, pp. 101–117
'Private Law in Europe – The Public/Private Dichotomy Revisited', Maren Heidemann, Issue 1, pp. 119–139
'The Foundations of Securities Law', Mathias M. Siems, Issue 1, pp. 141–171
'A Disadvantageous Dichotomy in Product Safety Law – Some Reflections on Sense and Nonsense of the Distinction Food–Nonfood in European Product Safety Law', Antoni Brack, Issue 1, pp. 173–198
'Report from Oslo Workshops on Consumer Contracts 2007 and 2008', Issue 1, pp. 199–242

ISSUE 2
'Efficiency as a Standard in Capital Market Law – The Application of Empirical and Economic Arguments for the Justification of Civil Law, Criminal Law and Administrative Law Sanctions', THOMAS M. J. MÖLLERS, Issue 2, pp. 243–271
'Implementation by German Courts of the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice on State Liability for Breach of Community Law as Developed in Francovich and Subsequent Cases', THOMAS KRÜMMEL, ROSE M. D’SA, Issue 2, pp. 273–286
'Article 81(1) EC: Some Remarks on the Notion of Restriction of Competition', VITTORIO CERULLI IRELLI, Issue 2, pp. 287–306
'Cy–Près Damages Distributions in England: A New Era for Consumer Redress', RACHAEL MULHERON, Issue 2, pp. 307–342
'The Concept of Corporate Governance in Sharia', MOHAMMED ALSANOSI, Issue 2, pp. 343–368
'Proposed Amendments to the Law Governing the Dutch BV', FRANK WOOLDRIDGE, Issue 2, pp. 369–376

ISSUE 3
'The Consumer Law Compendium: A New Era For European Consumer Law? – General Introduction', Jules Stuyck, Issue 3, pp. 377–381
'The EC Consumer Law Compendium: A Pan-European Knowledge Base for Politicians, Businesses and Consumer Organisations', Hans Schulte-Nölke, Issue 3, pp. 383–389
'A Comparison with the Principles of the Existing EC Contract Law (Acquis – Principles) – Selected Issues', Fryderyk Zoll, Issue 3, pp. 391–398
'The Compendium in a Larger Context and the Way Forward', Walter van Gerven, Issue 3, pp. 399–408
'The Consumer Acquis and the Internal Market', Laurence W. Gormley, Issue 3, pp. 409–422
'Some Thoughts on the Future European Consumer Acquis', Gert Straetmans, Issue 3, pp. 423–442
'The Consumer Law Compendium: A New Era for European Consumer Law?', Joëlle Simon, Issue 3, pp. 443–456
'Advancing Harmonization: Should the ECJ Apply Golden Shares’ Standards to National Company Law?', Alberto Artés, Issue 3, pp. 457–482

ISSUE 4
'Class Actions in Europe? To Opt-In or to Opt-Out, that is the Question', Jules Stuyck, Issue 4, pp. 483–505
'Towards A Single Regulatory Framework on Unfair Commercial Practices?', Bert Keirsbilck, Issue 4, pp. 507–564
'Private Arbitration of Incidental Public Law Issues', Erik Werlauff, Issue 4, pp. 565–577
'The Revised Lugano Convention from a Swiss Perspective', Despina Mavromati, Rodrigo Rodriguez, Issue 4, pp. 579–590
'Secondary Trading of Administrative Rights in the EU: Legal Aspects and Perspectives', Margherita Colangelo, Issue 4, pp. 591–621
'Non-Reliance Clauses: Past, Present (And Futile?)', Lee C. Mason, Issue 4, pp. 623–634

ISSUE 5
'White Paper on Damages Actions for Breach of the EC Antitrust Rules', Erika Szyszczak, Paolisa Nebbia, Issue 5, pp. 635–649
'Mapping and Structuring International Financial Regulation – A Theoretical Approach', Rolf H. Weber, Issue 5, pp. 651–688
'Restrictions and Proportionality – On Recognising (exit) Restrictions and Testing Proportionality', Erik Werlauff, Issue 5, pp. 689–702
'“Why do Many Italians Live with Their Parents?” A Critique of Doing Business 2008', Guido Alpa, Issue 5, pp. 703–715
'You can Lead a Horse to Water, But can You Make it Drink? Institutional Shareholders and Corporate Voting', Hanne S. Birkmose, Issue 5, pp. 717–746
'The Notion of Comi in European Insolvency Law', Marek Szydło, Issue 5, pp. 747–766
'New Rules for Commercial Arbitration in the Republic of Moldova: A Step Forward?', Alexandr Svetlicinii, Issue 5, pp. 767–777

ISSUE 6
'International Legal Aspects of Sovereign Wealth Funds: Reconciling International Economic Law and the Law of State Immunities with a New Role of the State', Bart De Meester, Issue 6, pp. 779–817
'Incomplete Agreements: a Comparative Law Analysis', Daniela Valentino, Issue 6, pp. 819–834
'Good Faith and Reasonableness in Contract Interpretation: a Comparative Perspective', Filippo Viglione, Issue 6, pp. 835–850
'Company Names and Company Mobility in the Internal Market: How to Balance the Interests of the Holders of Name Rights and the Freedom of Establishment?', Matthew J. Elsmore, Karsten Engsig Sørensen, Issue 6, pp. 851–887
'Should Shareholders’ Interests Be the Mainstay of Corporate Governance?', Yahav Lichner, Issue 6, pp. 889–908
'Should Defensive Measures in Takeover Settings be Permitted or Prohibited by Law? An Analysis of the Approach Adopted by U.S. Law, U.K. Law, and Swiss Law in Light of the Economic Rationale of Takeovers', Andrin Schnydrig, Issue 6, pp. 909–929
'Disciplining the Oil Cartel: Limits of the WTO in a Case against the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries', Bashar H. Malkawi, Issue 6, pp. 931–948
'Index of Articles', Issue 6, pp. 949–952
'Index of Authors', Issue 6, pp. 953–956

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