When European integration meets corporate harmonisation
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Both U.K. Corporate Law and the E.U. wide study of the Law of European Integration have been developing apace in recent years. The nexus between these two fields forms the focus of this paper, which is written from a legal integrationist perspective. Not only are the E.C. directives and proposed directives in Corporate law examined in this paper, but also the evolving European Corporate structures, which promise to enliven and add complexity to the future European Corporate landscape.
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