The Globalization of Corporate Law: The End of History or a Never-Ending Story?
Gevurtz, Franklin A., Washington Law Review
Abstract: Considerable scholarship during the last few decades addresses the question of whether corporate laws are becoming global by converging on commonly accepted approaches. Some scholars have asserted that such convergence is occurring around the most efficient laws and institutions, thereby marking the "End of History" for corporate law. This Article responds to such assertions by developing three claims not previously given due attention in the convergence literature. First, it demonstrates that the history of corporations and corporate law has been one of seemingly constant movement toward global convergence, yet the resulting convergence is always incomplete or transitory. Next, …
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Publication information: Article title: The Globalization of Corporate Law: The End of History or a Never-Ending Story?. Contributors: Gevurtz, Franklin A. - Author. Journal title: Washington Law Review. Volume: 86. Issue: 3 Publication date: October 2011. Page number: 475+. © 2007 Washington Law Review Association. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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