Short-termism im Aktien- und Kapitalmarktrecht 978-3-16-158226-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Eckart Bueren

Short-termism im Aktien- und Kapitalmarktrecht

Ideengeschichte, Rechtsvergleichung, Rechtsökonomie

[Short-Termism in Corporate and Capital Markets Law. History of Ideas, Comparative Law, Legal Economics.]

2020. Approx. 1400 pages.
forthcoming in May

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The controversy over short-termism – one of company law's biggest debates – is covered here by Eckart Bueren in his comprehensive study of it, combining the history of law and ideas, comparative law, and law and economics. How the topos developed and which legal questions, matters and interests it has served past and present are all charted in this prize-winning work.
The most basic and distinctive function of the stock company is to transform private savings into permanent investment capital. However, ever since the advent of the modern publicly traded company, jurisprudence, economics and politics have been concerned that this fundamental feature is being put under excessive short-term pressures, to the detriment of both economy and society. The controversy over short-termism – one of company law's biggest debates – is covered here by Eckart Bueren in his comprehensive study of it, combining the history of law and ideas, comparative law, and law and economics. How the topos developed and which legal questions, matters and interests it has served past and present are all charted in this prize-winning work.
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Eckart Bueren Geboren 1979; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Münster und Bonn; Studium der Volkswirtschaftslehre in Hagen; 2005 Erstes Staatsexamen; 2007 Zweites Staatsexamen; 2011 Diplom-Volkswirt; 2011 Promotion (Dr. iur. Bonn); Mitarbeiter und Referent für schweizerisches Recht am MPI für ausländisches und internationales Privatrecht in Hamburg; 2018 Habilitation; Lehrtätigkeit an der Bucerius Law School, Hamburg sowie an den Universitäten Passau und Göttingen; seit 2019 Professor für Bürgerliches Recht, Kartellrecht, Handels- und Gesellschaftsrecht sowie Rechtsvergleichung in Göttingen.

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