International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal (ICCLJ)

The International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal, as its name indicates, is a journal devoted to the scholarly analysis of the law and practice relating to corporations, on an international and comparative basis. While the law relating to corporate enterprise is properly practical in orientation, scholarly discussion and deliberation has a clear role to play not only in the development of the law and regulatory environment, but also in the application of the existing law and, in particular, its interface with other related bodies of law.

The journal is published by CMP publishing.

General Editors: Professor Mads Andenæs, Professor Tineke Lambooy and Professor Dr. Juris Beate Sjåfjell

Volume 12 • 2017 • Issue 2

Special Issue: Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars

Editors: Roseanne Russell and Beate Sjåfjell

Russell, Roseanne and Sjåfjell, Beate, ‘Introducing Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars’. International Comparative and Corporate Law Journal, Volume 12 (2017), Issue 2, pp 7-11. Available at SSRN.

Ang, Yue S., Partners in Social Entrepreneurship: A UK Approach to Buyer's Risk-Externalities. International Comparative and Corporate Law Journal, Volume 12 (2017), Issue 2, pp 12-35. Available at SSRN.

Argyrou, Aikaterini and Charitakis, Stelios, ‘Gender Equality in Employment Utilizing Female Social Entrepreneurship in Greece’, International Comparative and Corporate Law Journal, Volume 12 (2017), Issue 2, pp 36-60. Available at SSRN.

Fernández Izquierdo, Maria Angeles and Muñoz-Torres, Maria Jesús and Ferrero-Ferrero, Idoya and Bellés-Colomer, Lucía, ‘Gender and Sustainability in the Governance of Spanish Universities’ International Comparative and Corporate Law Journal, Volume 12 (2017), Issue 2, pp 61-79. Available at SSRN.

Russell, Roseanne, ‘How do FTSE100 Companies Frame Gender Equality?’ International Comparative and Corporate Law Journal, Volume 12 (2017), Issue 2, pp 80-102. Available at SSRN.

Diepeveen, Rosalien and Lambooy, Tineke and Renes, Remko, ‘The Two-Pronged Approach of the (Semi-)Legal Norms on Gender Diversity: Exploratory Empirical Research on Corporate Boards of Dutch Listed Companies’, International Comparative and Corporate Law Journal, Volume 12 (2017), Issue 2, pp 103-139.. Available at SSRN.

Volume 11 • 2015 • Issue 3

United States Company Law as it Impacts Corporate. Environmental Behaviour, with Emphasis on Climate Change
Celia R Taylor

Sustainable Business and Australian Corporate Law: An Exploration
Surya Deva

Irish Company Law as a Means of Furthering the Climate Change Agenda
Blanaid Clarke

Sustainable Companies under the Lithuanian Company Law
Eglė Lauraityė and Paulius Miliauskas

Juridifying Corporate Social Responsibility through Public Law: Assessing Coherence and Inconsisitencies Against UN Guidance on Business and Human Rights
Karin Buhmann

Volume 11 • 2015 • Issue 2

Special Issue: Civil Liability of Credit Rating Agencies in the European Union. Selected Legal and Economic Aspects.

Editorial Introduction: Civil Liability of Credit Rating Agencies in the European Union - Selected Legal and Economic Aspects
Gudula Deipenbrock and Mads Andenæs

The European Civil Liability Regime for Credit Rating Agencies from the Perspective of Private International Law - Opening Pandora's Box?
Gudula Deipenbrock

Tort Liability for Ratings of Structured Securities under English Law
Kern Alexander

Civil Liability of Credit Rating Agencies from a European Perspective: Development and Contents of Article 35(a) of Regulationn (EU) No 462/2013
Francesco De Pascalis

Does Member State Law Make Article 35(a) of Regulation (EU) No 562/2013 on Credit Rating Agencies Redundant?
Emil Nästegård

The Civil Liability Regime of the CRA-Regulation and the Requirement of Causation
Aaron Verständig

Civil Liability of Credit Rating Companies – Qualitative Aspects of Damage Assessment from an Economic Viewpoint
Andreas Horsch

Civil Liability of Credit Rating Companies - Quantative Aspects of Damage Assessment from an Economic Viewpoint
Jacob Kleinow

Volume 11 • 2015 • Issue 1

Sustainable Companies: Possibilities and Barriers in Norwegian Company Law
Beate Sjåfjell

The Possibilities for and Barriers to Sustainable Companies in Polish Company Law
Arkadiusz Radwan and Tomasz Regucki

Sustainable Companies: Barriers and Possibilities in UK Company Law
Charlotte Villiers

Volume 10 • 2013 • Issue 2

Blatant disregard or inadequate advice? Norwegian authorities’ guidance on fish and phosphates extraction from Western Sahara
Hans Morten Haugen

Corporate social responsibility and transparency: How could we amend Dutch law to improve transparency with regard to Dutch multinational companies?
T.E. Lambooy, R.A. Diepeveen and S. van’t Foort

Cross-border conversion of companies in the EU: The impact of the VALE judgment
Daniel Gergely Szabó and Karsten Engsig Sørensen

Volume 10 • 2013 • Issue 1

The takeover directive and German takeover law – some fundamentals from a market and sustainable development perspective
Gudula Deipenbrock

The revision of the EU takeover directive in light of the 2011 UK takeover law reform
Georgina Tsagas

The European takeover directive: a US comparison
Celia R. Taylor

The takeover’s directive – a meaningful contribution to stakeholders rights in Europe?
Blanaid Clarke

Volume 9 • 2013 • Issue 3

Climate change: scientific basis and status of the negotiations of the treaties
Anita Halvorssen and Elisabeth Holland

The responsibility of business enterprises to respect the environment: a plea to supplement the Ruggie framework
K. D. Jesse

A fiduciary duty to minimize the corporation’s environmental impacts
Gail E. Henderson

Volume 9 • 2013 • Issue 2

The liability of the tobacco industry for damage caused by smoking: legal theories and legal fiction
Luca Di Donna

Constructing sustainability through CSR: a critical appraisal of ISO 26000
Andrew Johnston

Minimum legal capital in EU private limited liability companies and alternative means of protecting creditors
Michal Kotlárik

Volume 9 • 2012 • Issue 1

Regulating and supervising credit rating agencies in the European Union
Gudula Deipenbrock and Mads Andenæs

Sustainability rating – approaching the legal perspective
Gudula Deipenbrock

Remedies for the breach of the duty to inform consumers
Luca Di Donna

The allocation of the burden of proof in the area of producer responsibility
Luca Di Donna

Practical overview of the implementation of community law in financial sector: A view of a legal practitioner
Gintautas Pošiūnas

Volume 8 • 2011 • Issue 4

Transposing the SE in Norwegian Law
Linn Cecilie Jensen (now Anker Sørensen)

Book review: M Andenæs and F Wooldridge, European and Comparative Company Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2009)
Maren Heidemann

Book Review: J Dalhuisen, Dalhuisen on Transnational Comparative, Commercial, Financial and Trade Law, vol. 1-3 (4th edn Hart, Oxford, Portland 2010), Introduction – The New Lex Mercatoria and its Sources (vol.1) ; Contract and Movable Property Law (vol.2) ; Financial Products, Financial Services and Financial Regulation (vol.3)
Maren Heidemann

Volume 8 • 2011 • Issue 3

Credit rating agencies and European financial market supervision
Mads Andenæs and Gudula Deipenbrock

Watchdog confronts Poseidon: justifying EC reluctance to subject P&I Insurance into strict compliance with competition law
Victoria Mitsukova

Adapting private equity to company Law or vice versa? – understanding some key determinants of a strong private equity market in the China context
Shen Wei

Volume 8 • 2011 • Issue 2 – Special Issue: Sustainable Companies

Addressing Climate Change through the Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund
Anita M. Halvorssen

Reflexive regulation of CSR to promote sustainability: Understanding EU public-private regulation on CSR through the case of human rights
Karin Buhmann

Volume 8 • 2011 • Issue 1 – Special Issue: Sustainable Companies

Sustainable Development, EU Law and Companies. The EU law framework for the Sustainable Companies project
Beate Sjåfjell

Sustainable Development, the interest(s) of the company and the role of the board from the perspective of a German Aktiengesellschaft
Gudula Deipenbrock

Directors’ duties and the company’s internal structures under the UK Companies Act 2006: Obstacles for Sustainable Development
Charlotte Villiers

Sustainable Development: What Role for the Company Law?
Surya Deva

Towards a Sustainable Development: Internalising Externalities in Norwegian Company Law
Beate Sjåfjell

 

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