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The Resource A legal and economic assessment of European takeover regulation, Christophe Clerc, Fabrice Demarigny, Diego Valiante, Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía

A legal and economic assessment of European takeover regulation, Christophe Clerc, Fabrice Demarigny, Diego Valiante, Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía

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A legal and economic assessment of European takeover regulation
Title
A legal and economic assessment of European takeover regulation
Statement of responsibility
Christophe Clerc, Fabrice Demarigny, Diego Valiante, Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía
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eng
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YDXCP
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Clerc, Christophe
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  • illustrations
  • maps
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Demarigny, Fabrice
  • Valiante, Diego
  • Manuel Aramendía, Mirzha de
  • Marccus Partners (Firm)
  • Pinsent Masons (Firm)
  • Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels, Belgium)
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  • European Parliament.
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations
  • Tender offers (Securities)
  • Letting of contracts
  • Corporate governance
Label
A legal and economic assessment of European takeover regulation, Christophe Clerc, Fabrice Demarigny, Diego Valiante, Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía
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Note
  • "This book is an abridged version of a comprehensive study carried out by the law firm Marccus Partners and the Centre for European Policy Studies for the European Commission and supplemented by additional policy recommendations."--page [4] of cover
  • "This publication is based on the study undertaken for the European Commission, The Takeover Bids Directive Assessment Report (2012), in connection with the review of the Takeover Bids Directive."--title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-255)
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Legal Analysis and Survey -- 1.Introduction -- 1.1.History and adoption of the Directive -- 1.2.The study -- 1.3.The report from the Commission -- 1.4.Twelve key results -- 1.5.Eight key proposals -- 2.Status and quality of transposition -- 2.1.Status of transposition -- 2.2.General assessment of whether the objectives have been reached -- 3.Broader aspects and implications of takeover regulation -- 3.1.Some theoretical bases of corporate governance -- 3.2.Broader issues of corporate governance -- 4.National legal framework and operation of the Directive -- 4.1.Transpositions, loopholes and gold-plating -- 4.2.Developments not directly linked to transposition -- 4.3.General principles of the Directive -- 4.4.Exemptions to the Directive -- 4.5.Perception -- 5.Mandatory bid rule -- 5.1.The mandatory bid -- A takeover-hostile provision? -- 5.2.Transposition -- 5.3.Comparison with major non-EU jurisdictions -- 5.4.Perception -- 6.Takeover defences, control structures and barriers not covered by the Directive -- 6.1.Objectives and background -- 6.2.Transposition -- 6.3.Control structures and barriers not covered by the Directive -- 6.4.Comparison with major non-EU jurisdictions -- 6.5.Perception -- 7.Squeeze-out and sell-out rules -- 7.1.Objectives -- 7.2.Transposition -- 7.3.Comparison with major non-EU jurisdictions -- 7.4.Perception -- 8.Other issues -- 8.1.Disclosure of information -- 8.2.Supervisory authority, enforcement and litigation -- 9.Mapping the potential reforms -- 9.1.Major reforms -- 9.2.Technical reforms -- 10.Conclusions -- 10.1.The Directive is at the centre of broader corporate governance and economic debates -- 10.2.Assessing the Directive -- pt. II Economic Analysis -- 11.The economics of takeover regulation -- 11.1.Introduction -- 11.2.The takeover bid process -- 11.3.Rationales for takeover regulation -- 11.4.Designing takeover regulation -- 12.The economics of the Directive -- 12.1.The mandatory bid rule -- 12.2.The board neutrality rule -- 12.3.Taxonomy of defensive measures -- 12.4.The breakthrough rule -- 12.5.Squeeze-out and sell-out rules -- 12.6.Empirical analysis -- 12.7.Conclusions -- 13.Impact of the Directive on competitiveness -- 13.1.Defining competitiveness -- 13.2.Takeovers and competitiveness -- 13.3.The Directive and competitiveness -- 13.4.Empirical analysis -- 14.Impact of the Directive on employment and employees -- 14.1.Approach to labour market efficiency -- 14.2.Effects of takeovers on employment -- 14.3.Employment provisions in the Directive
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
iii, 277 pages
Isbn
9789461382344
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)824733647
Label
A legal and economic assessment of European takeover regulation, Christophe Clerc, Fabrice Demarigny, Diego Valiante, Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "This book is an abridged version of a comprehensive study carried out by the law firm Marccus Partners and the Centre for European Policy Studies for the European Commission and supplemented by additional policy recommendations."--page [4] of cover
  • "This publication is based on the study undertaken for the European Commission, The Takeover Bids Directive Assessment Report (2012), in connection with the review of the Takeover Bids Directive."--title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-255)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Legal Analysis and Survey -- 1.Introduction -- 1.1.History and adoption of the Directive -- 1.2.The study -- 1.3.The report from the Commission -- 1.4.Twelve key results -- 1.5.Eight key proposals -- 2.Status and quality of transposition -- 2.1.Status of transposition -- 2.2.General assessment of whether the objectives have been reached -- 3.Broader aspects and implications of takeover regulation -- 3.1.Some theoretical bases of corporate governance -- 3.2.Broader issues of corporate governance -- 4.National legal framework and operation of the Directive -- 4.1.Transpositions, loopholes and gold-plating -- 4.2.Developments not directly linked to transposition -- 4.3.General principles of the Directive -- 4.4.Exemptions to the Directive -- 4.5.Perception -- 5.Mandatory bid rule -- 5.1.The mandatory bid -- A takeover-hostile provision? -- 5.2.Transposition -- 5.3.Comparison with major non-EU jurisdictions -- 5.4.Perception -- 6.Takeover defences, control structures and barriers not covered by the Directive -- 6.1.Objectives and background -- 6.2.Transposition -- 6.3.Control structures and barriers not covered by the Directive -- 6.4.Comparison with major non-EU jurisdictions -- 6.5.Perception -- 7.Squeeze-out and sell-out rules -- 7.1.Objectives -- 7.2.Transposition -- 7.3.Comparison with major non-EU jurisdictions -- 7.4.Perception -- 8.Other issues -- 8.1.Disclosure of information -- 8.2.Supervisory authority, enforcement and litigation -- 9.Mapping the potential reforms -- 9.1.Major reforms -- 9.2.Technical reforms -- 10.Conclusions -- 10.1.The Directive is at the centre of broader corporate governance and economic debates -- 10.2.Assessing the Directive -- pt. II Economic Analysis -- 11.The economics of takeover regulation -- 11.1.Introduction -- 11.2.The takeover bid process -- 11.3.Rationales for takeover regulation -- 11.4.Designing takeover regulation -- 12.The economics of the Directive -- 12.1.The mandatory bid rule -- 12.2.The board neutrality rule -- 12.3.Taxonomy of defensive measures -- 12.4.The breakthrough rule -- 12.5.Squeeze-out and sell-out rules -- 12.6.Empirical analysis -- 12.7.Conclusions -- 13.Impact of the Directive on competitiveness -- 13.1.Defining competitiveness -- 13.2.Takeovers and competitiveness -- 13.3.The Directive and competitiveness -- 13.4.Empirical analysis -- 14.Impact of the Directive on employment and employees -- 14.1.Approach to labour market efficiency -- 14.2.Effects of takeovers on employment -- 14.3.Employment provisions in the Directive
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
iii, 277 pages
Isbn
9789461382344
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)824733647

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