Share Capital and Creditor Protection: Efficient Rules for a Modern Company Law?
Examines the economic case for rules of company law which regulate the raising and maintenance of share capital by companies. Argues that the current rules are unlikely to enhance the efficiency of the markets which they regulate, and makes a tentative conclusion.
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