European Business Law Review

Volume 29 (2018)

ISSUE 1
'Zone of Insolvency, Directors’ Duties and Creditors’ Protection in U.S.', Danilo Scarlino, Issue 1, pp. 1–31
'The Directive on the Credit Agreements for Consumers relating to Residential Immovable Property (Directive 2014/17): A Regulatory Explanation and a Private Law Analysis', Pierre de Gioia-Carabellese, Issue 1, pp. 33–57
'Credit Rating Agency Regulation in the UK If and When Article 50 is Invoked: Round Holes for a Square Peg?', Daniel Cash, Issue 1, pp. 59–75
'Supervision and Audit of the Greek Agricultural Cooperatives: A Critical Approach on Legislation', Ifigeneia Douvitsa, Issue 1, pp. 77–101
'Governing the Good State Shareholder: The Case of the OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises', Mikko Rajavuori, Issue 1, pp. 103–142
'Promoting the ‘Right’ Kind of Ownership: The Good, the Bad and the Passive', Marina B. Madsen, Issue 1, pp. 143–168

ISSUE 2
'Direct Supervisory Powers of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) in the Realm of Credit Rating Agencies – Some Critical Observations in a Broader Context', Gudula Deipenbrock, Issue 2, pp. 169–203
'Money as a Legally Enforceable Debt', Andreas Rahmatian, Issue 2, pp. 205–236
'Examples of Long-Term and Short-Term Decision-Making in the UK, Delaware and Germany – Gap-Filling Exercise in the Context of the Shareholder v. Stakeholder Debate and Share Ownership Structure of the Company', Katarzyna Chalaczkiewicz-Ladna, Issue 2, pp. 237–290
'Reforming Italian Insolvency Law: Bankruptcy vs Judicial Liquidation', Alessandro Benocci, Issue 2, pp. 291–311
'Arbitration and ADR Reforms in Italy', Guido Alpa, Issue 2, pp. 313–323
'The Rent to Buy in Italy: Mater artium necessitas', Daniela Valentino, Issue 2, pp. 325–344

ISSUE 3
'The Tax Treaty Implications of the Remuneration as Royalties of Intellectual Property and Intangibles', Carlo Garbarino, Issue 3, pp. 345–368
'The Concept of Shareholders’ Duties: Keeping a Grasp on a Paradigm Shift', Kristinn Már Reynisson, Issue 3, pp. 369–392
'Multinational Enterprises and National Insolvency Laws: Lobbying for Special Privileges', Christoph G. Paulus, Issue 3, pp. 393–415
'Legal Certainty in the Extrajudicial Dispute Resolutions', Massimo Proto, Issue 3, pp. 417–423
'Cross-Border Business of UK Credit Institutions and Investment Firms with German Clients in light of Brexit, MiFIR and MiFID II', Heinrich Nemeczek, Sebastian Pitz, Issue 3, pp. 425–464
'The Case for Truly Independent EU Regulatory Authorities in the Field of Financial Regulation', Matteo Ortino, Issue 3, pp. 465–496

ISSUE 4
'Securing Effective Regulation of the Shadow Banking System', Agasha Mugasha, Issue 4, pp. 497–525
'The Heterogeneous Composition of Syndicated Loan Consortiums', Carmen Estevan De Quesada, Issue 4, pp. 527–547
'Private Enforcement in the Realm of European Capital Markets Law Revisited and the Case of Credit Rating Agencies from the Perspective of European and German Law', Gudula Deipenbrock, Issue 4, pp. 549–575
'Changing Currency Under a Monetary Union: Some Remarks', Mauro Megliani, Issue 4, pp. 577–588
'The Making of Consumer Law and Policy in Europe and Italy', Guido Alpa, Issue 4, pp. 589–611
'Forcing Shareholder Engagement: Theoretical Underpinning and Political Ambitions', Hanne S. Birkmose, Issue 4, pp. 613–642
'Agency Agreement: From Innominate Contract to the Reference Model of Commercial Distribution Agreements', Lorenzo Bertino, Issue 4, pp. 643–669

ISSUE 5
'The EFTA Court’s Contribution to the Realisation of a Single Market', Carl Baudenbacher, Issue 5, pp. 671–690
'Conflict Minerals in the Corporate Supply Chain: Is Transparency the Solution to Human Rights Violations in the Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold Supply Chains?', Elif Härkönen, Issue 5, pp. 691–727
'Engaging Stakeholders in Corporate Decision-Making through Strategic Reporting: An Empirical Study of FTSE 100 Companies', Irene-Marie Esser, Iain Macneil, Katarzyna Chalaczkiewicz-Ladna, Issue 5, pp. 729–772
'The Influence of Fundamental Rights on the Law of Succession', Filippo Viglione, Issue 5, pp. 773–789
'Deconstruction and Reconstruction of a Relationship between the EU Precautionary Principle and Forward-Looking Information', Eliana Colarusso, Issue 5, pp. 791–812
'Unification, Harmonisation and Competition in European Company Forms', Riccardo Ghetti, Issue 5, pp. 813–842

ISSUE 6
'Editorial Article: The Future of the Commercial Contract in Scholarship and Law Reform – A Work in Progress', Maren Heidemann, Issue 6, pp. 843–849
'The Autonomous Interpretation Standard of International Uniform Private Law: A Dialogue on Methods of Interpretation from the Perspectives of Comparative Private Law and International Public Law', Lorenza Mola, Cristina Poncibò, Issue 6, pp. 851–883
'Autonomous Interpretation of Uniform Commercial Law: The East-West European Divide', Radosveta Vassileva, Issue 6, pp. 885–906
'Object and Purpose in International Uniform Law Conventions', Maren Heidemann, Issue 6, pp. 907–927
'Law and the Market: Private Actors and Self-Regulation ‘Towards a New Role Of Public International Law’', Daniele D’ Alvia, Issue 6, pp. 929–948
'CSR in EU Law: How Close to EU Fundamental Rights and Social Justice?', Alexandra Andhov (Horváthová), Issue 6, pp. 949–973
'Electronic Contracts and E-Mediation in EU Law: Time for the EU to Extend E-Mediation for the Benefit of SMEs in B2B Transactions?', Despina Anagnostopoulou, Issue 6, pp. 975–996
'Building the Legal Framework of Privatizations in Cyprus: The Missing Link with Sustainable Development', Thomas Papadopoulos, Issue 6, pp. 997–1020
'Index of Articles', Issue 6, pp. 1021–1024
'Index of Authors', Issue 6, pp. 1025–1027

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