Working papers - Sustainable Companies Project
Research papers of the Sustainable Companies project will be posted in the University of Oslo Faculty of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series on SSRN (subject to approval by the relevant journal or publisher for planned publications), and included in the overview below, with link to the paper on SSRN, where they normally are freely downloadable. Abstracts for working papers may also be posted here. When papers are published, they will be moved from Working Papers to Articles.
Anker-Sørensen, Linn, Parental Liability for Externalities of Subsidiaries: Domestic and Extraterritorial Approaches, Available at SSRN, 2014
- Sjåfjell, Beate, Sustainable Companies: Possibilities and Barriers in Norwegian Company Law (August 16, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-20. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2311433 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2311433
- Schwartz, Priscilla, Developing States and Climate Change: Solutions in Company Law? (June 6, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-15. Available at SSRN.
- Lauraityte, Egle and Miliauskas, Paulius, Sustainable Companies under the Lithuanian Company Law (April 11, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-10. Available at SSRN.
- Deva, Surya, Sustainable Business and Australian Corporate Law: An Exploration (April 11, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-11. Available at SSRN.
- Luo, Jianbo and Tian, Lei, A Study on Sustainable Companies in the P. R. China (February 15, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-05. Available at SSRN.
- Eroglu, Muzaffer, Obstacles and Possibilities for Sustainable Companies in Turkey (February 15, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-04. Available at SSRN.
- Parravicini, Diego, Sustainability and CSR in Argentina: An Analysis Within Argentine Company Law (January 8, 2013). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2013-01. Available at SSRN.
- Olmedo, Elena Escrig and Munoz-Torres, Maria Jesus and Fernández Izquierdo, Maria Angeles and Soriano, Raul Leon and Rivera Lirio, Juana Maria and Ferrero-Ferrero, Idoya, Sustainable Companies: Spanish Mapping Paper on Company Law Issues (November 27, 2012). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2012-36. Available at SSRN.
- Clarke, Blanaid J., Irish Company Law Mapping Paper (November 20, 2012). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2012-35. Available at SSRN.
- Taylor, Celia R., United States Company Law as it Impacts Corporate Environmental Behavior, with Emphasis on Climate Change (October 10, 2012). International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal, Forthcoming; University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2012-31. Available at SSRN.
- Radwan, Arkadiusz and Regucki, Tomasz, The Possibilities for and Barriers to Sustainable Companies in Polish Company Law (October 9, 2012). International and Comparative Corporate Law Journal, Forthcoming; University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2012-32. Available at SSRN.
Breaching the Maginot Line: The Frailty of Environmental Law in Europe and North America
University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2012-34
Bakker, Nicole and Richardson, Benjamin J., University of British Columbia
Working papers from the seminar “Reform of the Takeover Directive?”
- Gudula Deipenbrock, Selected Legal Aspects of the Takeover Directive and German Takeover Law in the Market and Sustainable Development Perspective
- Georgina Tsagas, Revision of the EU Takeover Directive in Light of the 2011 UK Takeover Law Reform: Regulation and Supervision of Takeovers in an EU in Crisis
- Celia Taylor, The European Takeover Directive: A US Comparison
- Beate Sjåfjell, A Sustainable Takeover Regime? The Potential Reform of the Takeover Directive in a Sustainable Development Perspective
- Tineke Lambooy, The Dutch Perspective on Takeover Bid Directive with Emphasis on Due Diligence Issues from Practitioners' Perspective
Sustainable Development and Cooperative Law: CSR or CoopSR?
Hagen Henrÿ, University of Helsinki
These working papers were presented at the international conference "Towards Sustainable Companies: Identifying New Avenues", hosted by the University of Oslo Faculty of Law in August 2011, and organised by the Sustainable Companies Project:
- The Corporate Responsibility to Remedy (3rd Pillar Ruggie Framework) - Analysis of the Corporate Responses in Three Major Oil Spill Cases: Shell - Nigeria, BP – US (the Gulf), Chevron – Ecuador
Tineke Lambooy, Mary Varner and Aikaterini Argyrou, University Utrecht
- The Danish CSR Reporting Requirement as Reflexive Law: Employing CSR as a Modality to Promote Public Policy.
Karin Buhmann, University of Copenhagen
- Shareholder Primacy and Intergenerational Environmental Justice
Gail Elizabeth Henderson, University of Toronto
- Constructing Sustainability Through CSR: A Critical Appraisal of ISO 26000
Andrew Johnston, The University of Queensland - T.C. Beirne School of Law
- Norwegian Authorities’ Advice on Western Sahara and Norwegian Vessels’ Complicity in Human Rights Violations: Fish Oil and Phosphates from Western Sahara
Hans Morten Haugen, Diakonhjemmet University College
- Societal Corporate Governance and Extra Financial Information: Spearhead or Achille’s Heel of Corporate Governance?
Catherine Malecki, Université Paris XI Sud
- Improving Corporate Environmental Performance: Encouraging Sustainable Commerce Through Regulatory and Other Governmental Action
Peter A. Appel, University of Georgia - School of Law
- Neural Networks: A Methodology to Evaluate Sustainability in Companies
Idoya Ferrero-Ferrero, affiliation not provided to SSRN
Raul Leon Soriano, Jaume I University
Elena Escrig Olmedo, Jaume I University
Maria Jesus Munoz-Torres, Jaume I University
Juana Maria Rivera Lirio, Jaume I University
Maria Angeles Fernández Izquierdo, Jaume I University