A Comparative Bibliography: Regulatory Competition on Corporate Law

@article{KocaogluCahnKojaolu2008ACB,
  title={A Comparative Bibliography: Regulatory Competition on Corporate Law},
  author={Kagan Kocaoglu (Cahn Kojaolu)},
  journal={IO: Regulation},
  year={2008}
}
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… 

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