The study of company law is often seen as a tedious journey through complex statutes, enlivened only by occasional glimpses of judicial activity. By contrast, the real activities of firms, both small and large, family firms and multi-nationals, are dynamic and fast-changing. But despite the growth during the last 30 years of research into company law "in action", the textbooks have not changed. Here, the author draws together the best and most interesting recent research into companies, thus enabling students to gain a better and more profound understanding of company law as it affects modern corporations.
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1: Theories of the Company and of Corporate Control