4 edition of The law and economics of creditor protection found in the catalog.
The law and economics of creditor protection
by T.M.C. Asser Press, Distributed in the USA, Canada, and Mexico by Cambridge University Press in The Hague, West Nyack, NY
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Horst Eidenmüller and Wolfgang Schön.|
|Contributions||Eidenmüller, Horst., Schön, Wolfgang, Prof.|
|LC Classifications||KJC2468 .L39 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 489 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||489|
|LC Control Number||2008277936|
Under a Canadian law, the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, companies that owe at least $5 million can file for protection from their creditors to . Get this from a library! Covenants and third-party creditors: empirical and law & economics insights into a common pool problem. [Daniela Matri] -- This book adds to the debate on the effects of covenants on third-party creditors (externalities), which have recently become a focus of discussion in the contexts of bankruptcy law, corporate law.
This book exposes intolerable global double standards in the treatment of debtors and argues that fairness, economic efficiency and principles common to all civilized legal systems, must and can be applied to so-called ‘developing countries’, or . The final type of creditor is one who has neither a lien against the debtor's property or is the subject of a statutory priority. Non-bankruptcy debtor-creditor law arises mainly from state statutory and common law. Tort law, such as defamation, provides a means for state courts to limit private means of debt collection.
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This book presents important contributions to the current debate on creditor protection in European company of the European rules on creditor protection in company law is imminent.
Academic work on both sides of the Atlantic shows a tendency that traditional mandatory rules should giveBrand: T.M.C. Asser Press. This book presents important contributions to the current debate on creditor protection in European company law.
Reform of the European rules on creditor protection in company law is imminent. Academic work on both sides of the Atlantic shows a tendency that traditional mandatory rules should give way to individual solutions which are freely.
This book presents important contributions to the current debate on creditor protection in European company law, based on a symposium held in Munich in December Contributors include scholars who are currently working on reform projects in various Member States and leading experts in company law, insolvency law, accounting law, and : Edited by Horst Eidenmüller.
The law and economics of creditor protection: a transatlantic perspective. [Horst Eidenmüller; Wolfgang Schön;] "The contributions in the main part of this book first appeared in European business organization law review (EBOR), ISSNVolume 7 (), issue 1".
The Law and Economics of Creditor Protection: A Transatlantic Perspective (1st Edition) by Horst Eidenmüller (Editor), Wolfgang Schön (Editor), Horst Eidenmç Ller, Wolfgang Schon (Editor) Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Academic work on both sides of the Atlantic suggests Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Bond Covenants and Creditor Protection: Economics and Law, Theory and Practice, Substance and Process. European Business Organization Law Review (EBOR), Forthcoming. Georgetown Law and Economics Research Paper No.
37 Pages Posted: 17 May See all articles by William W. Bratton. Consequences of Creditor Protection. As with shareholder protection, basic theory predicts that the improvement of creditor powers, either in bankruptcy or before, should improve the flow of debt capital to firms (Aghion and Bolton, ; Gennaioli and Rossi, ; Hart and Moore,; Townsend, ).
Enriques, Luca / Gelter, Martin, Regulatory Competition in European Company Law and Creditor Protection  ‘European Business Organization Law Review’ –, reprinted in: Horst Eidenmüller / Wolfgang Schön (eds.), The Law and Economics of Creditor Protection – A Transatlantic Perspective (The Hague: T.M.C.
Asser Press, Bond Covenants and Creditor Protection: Economics and Law, Theory and Practice, Substance and Process - Volume 7 Issue 1 - William W.
Bratton. Creditor Protection through Mandatory Disclosure, in The Law and Economics of Creditor Protection A Transatlantic Perspective, Eidenmuller, H, Schon, W. (eds.), Ed. Asser Press, Haga, pp. heir choice in a public manner, thus creditors. Downloadable. We use a new legal dataset tracking changes in creditor protection law over several decades to study the impact of legal reforms on banking system development in India.
Cointegration analysis is used to show that the strengthening of creditor rights in relation to the enforcement of security interests in the s and s led to an increase in bank credit. Creditors' rights are the procedural provisions designed to protect the ability of creditors—persons who are owed money—to collect the money that they are owed.
These provisions vary from one jurisdiction to another, and may include the ability of a creditor to put a lien on a debtor's property, to effect a seizure and forced sale of the debtor's property, to effect.
Abstract We examine the impact of state payout restrictions on firms' credit ratings and bond yields. Using publicly traded bond data for a sample of large firms, we find that firms incorporated in states with more restrictive payout statutes (for example, New York and California) have better credit ratings and significantly lower yield spreads (about percent) than do firms.
This book considers three relationships: law and economics; economics and game theory; and game theory and law. Economists teach lawyers that economic principles cut across and integrate seemingly different legal subjects such as contracts, torts, and property.
Correspondingly, lawyers teach economists that legal rationality is a separate and distinct. "Global financial markets will provide a political and economic impetus for broad improvements in investor protection." Much evidence links healthy financial markets with the presence of laws, regulations, and courts that protect shareholders and creditors from unscrupulous insiders who otherwise would syphon off profits with impunity.
Bond Covenants and Creditor Protection: Economics and Law, Theory and Practice, Substance and Process William W. Bratton * 1. Introduction 2.
The economic framework: conflicts of interest and costly contracting Claim dilution Asset withdrawal and underinvestment Asset substitution and risky investment. Integrating the amendments To The Bankruptcy Act, this edition of Elizabeth Warren and Jay Westbrook's lively problem-based casebook is an outstanding choice for teaching debtor/creditor and bankruptcy law.
The Third Edition of LAW OF DEBTORS AND CREDITORS: Text, Cases, and Problems builds on the extraordinary success of its previous edition, with:.
Creditors’ Protection Law and Financial Development in France, Germany, UK and USA, Simon Deakin and Prabirjit Sarkar* Abstract This study re-examines the theory of legal-origin on the basis of a new longitudinal dataset on creditor protection for four OECD countries over a long time span `The new book by Petros Mavroidis, Patrick Messerlin and Jasper Wauters, The Law and Economics of Contingent Protection in the WTO, fills a gap in the international trade literature by providing a comprehensive, interdisciplinary (law and economics) treatment of three of the most arcane and least well-understood trade protection regimes.
This paper examines legal rules covering protection of corporate shareholders and creditors, the origin of these rules, and the qual-ity of their enforcement in 49 countries. The results show that common-law countries generally have the strongest, and French-civil-law countries the weakest, legal protections of investors, with.
Leeds University school of Law London school of Economics Lonsdale and Partners One Hundred group, financial Reporting Committee R3 Technical Committee This project reviews basic precepts about the protection of creditors by the great majority of UK corporations that are registered with limited liability.
We were able to look at the framework.George Mason University School of Law. Fairfax Dr. Arlington, VA Abstract. This article reviews the law and economics of consumer debt collection and its regulation a topic that has taken on added urgency in light of the announcement by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that it is considering new regulations on the subject.
One of the leading casebooks in the field, The Law of Debtors and Creditors features forty problem sets with realistic questions a lawyer considers in confronting the statutory provisions for a bankruptcy case. Explanatory text throughout makes bankruptcy law accessible to students and easier to teach.
The material is organized functionally as a bankruptcy case Reviews: