|List of Figuresxii|
|List of Tablesxiii|
|List of Abbreviationsxiv|
|Part 1 The Balance of Power in the Corporate
|1 Meta-bargaining over Property Rights15|
|2 Professional Innovation and the Recursivity of Law45|
|3 The Structure of Influence in Bankruptcy Law-making63|
|Part 2 Reconstituting Property Rights151|
|4 Weakening the Strong: Banks and Secured Lenders Bruce G. Carruthers,
Terence C. Halliday,
J. Scott Parrott158|
|5 Restraining the State and Utilities211|
|6 Enabling and Constraining Managers244|
|7 Empowering the Weak: "The Forgotten Class"303|
|Part 3 Reconstituting Jurisdictional Rights371|
|8 Privatization and Nationalization of Bankruptcy
|9 Jurisdictional Conflicts in the Market421|
|10 Jurisdictional Struggles within the State456|
|Part 4 Conclusion507|
|11 Professions in the Institutionalization of Business Rescue509|
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Book title: Rescuing Business:The Making of Corporate Bankruptcy Law in England and the United States.
Contributors: Bruce G. Carruthers - Author, Terence C. Halliday - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: xi.
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