The Figure in the Landscape: a Comparative Sketch of Directors’ Self-interested Transactions

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A central question that underlies many analyses of corporate governance is whether the law and legal institutions have a constituent role in shaping governance practices, or whether the law, as well as governance practices, are best viewed as the inevitable results of market forces, centered upon capital markets. A separate, but related question is the… (More)

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@inproceedings{DEMOTT2000TheFI, title={The Figure in the Landscape: a Comparative Sketch of Directors’ Self-interested Transactions}, author={DEBORAH A. DEMOTT and Deborah A. DeMott and Michael Bradley and Brian Cheffins and James Cox}, year={2000} }