A Comparative Bibliography: Regulatory Competition on Corporate Law

  title={A Comparative Bibliography: Regulatory Competition on Corporate Law},
  author={Kagan Kocaoglu (Cahn Kojaolu)},
  journal={IO: Regulation},
This comparative bibliography compiles the contributions made by lawyers, economists, and judges on the role of regulatory competition on corporate laws. Academicians of American corporate law have discussed the effects of regulatory competition on corporate laws for over the last three decades. The span and the range of this continuing debate have brought a great deal of attention to this issue. Literature on theoretical framework of the regulation competition, corporate law federalism… 


Corporate Political Speech, Political Extortion, and the Competition for Corporate Charters
This article explores the policy bases for, and the political economy of, the law's long-standing discrimination against corporate political speech. This Article also explores the relevance of state
Federalism and the Corporation: The Desirable Limits on State Competition in Corporate Law
Corporate law scholars have long debated whether state competition for corporate charters is a "race for the bottom" or a "race for the top." This paper offers an analysis of the dynamics and
The State Competition Debate in Corporate Law
A perennial issue in corporate law reform is the desirability of a federal system. For notwithstanding the invasive growth of regulation by the national government, principally through the federal
Explaining the shape of corporate law: the role of competition
This paper reviews the effects of competition among jurisdictions for corporate chartering business on the shape of corporate law in the USA. It finds that competition has led to substantial
The Political Economy of Competition for Corporate Charters
  • W. Carney
  • Economics
    The Journal of Legal Studies
  • 1997
This article explores the forces that drive the creation of corporate law. Costly rent extractions in corporate laws by interest groups, beyond those attainable through market transactions, raise
Is Regulatory Competition a Problem or Irrelevant for Corporate Governance?
This article provides an analysis of why regulatory competition in corporate law has operated, for the most part, successfully in the United States, and critiques the position of commentators who are
The Modernization of Corporate Law: An Essay for Bill Cary
The business reality to which corporate law relates is constantly evolving. The author argues that in many critical areas, corporate statutory law has failed to evolve alongside that business
Competition for Corporate Charters and the Lesson of Takeover Statutes
In this Essay, Professor Romano considers the efficacy of competition among states for tax revenues generated by corporate charters. To this end, she focuses on how state takeover
The Myth of State Competition in Corporate Law
This Article challenges the conventional wisdom that states compete for incorporations. Delaware aside, no state stands to gain meaningful tax revenues or legal business from chartering firms, and no