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Regulatory Competition in European Corporate and Capital Market Law: An Empirical Analysis


  • Hornuf, Lars


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  • Hornuf, Lars, 2011. "Regulatory Competition in European Corporate and Capital Market Law: An Empirical Analysis," Munich Dissertations in Economics 13102, University of Munich, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:lmu:dissen:13102

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