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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

Corporate Governance

Law, Regulation and Theory

ISBN 9781137403322
Publication Date September 2017
Formats Ebook Paperback 
Publisher Palgrave
Series Palgrave Corporate and Financial Law

Corporate Governance: Law, Regulation and Theory is the first ever academic text on UK corporate governance written from a dedicated legal perspective. It offers a clear, concise and accessible analysis of the legal and regulatory framework of corporate governance in the UK. In addition to informing readers about the core laws and regulatory principles that determine the allocation of decision-making power in UK public companies, the book also highlights how prevailing corporate governance norms operate within their broader market and societal context. In doing so, it seeks to encourage readers to develop their own critical opinions on the topic by reference to leading strands of theoretical and inter-disciplinary literature, along with relevant comparative and historical insights.

Marc Moore is Reader in Corporate Law, and Director of the Masters in Corporate Law (MCL) degree and the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL) at the University of Cambridge. He has previously held teaching positions at University College London and the University of Bristol, and is the author of Corporate Governance in the Shadow of the State (2013).

Martin Petrin is a Senior Lecturer at University College London, where he is also the Deputy Director of the Centre for Commercial Law. He holds an S.J.D. specializing in corporate law from the University of California, Los Angeles, a Ph.D. from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and an LL.M. from Columbia University. Martin has published widely in the area of corporate governance law. 



Part I: Introduction to corporate governance
1. What is corporate governance?
2. Corporate governance and theory of the firm
3. The corporate governance regulatory architecture
Part II: Relational aspects of corporate governance: Shareholders, boards, managers and employees
4. Board authority and shareholders' right of intervention
5. Institutional investors and shareholder engagement
6. Corporate governance and labour
Part III: Corporate risk management and oversight
7. The monitoring board and independent directors
8. Internal control and risk management
Part IV: Managerial incentives and disciplines
9. Design and control of executive remuneration
10. Regulation of the market for corporate control.

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