The International Corporate Law Series is dedicated to the publication of scholarly writing on issues in the area of international and comparative corporate law.
This volume includes contributions from the following: Dr Adedeji Adekunle of the University of Lagos writing on Nigerian corporate regulation; Professor Stephen Bottomley of the Australian National University writing on corporate governance; Professor John Braithwaite of the Australian National University and Dr Peter Drahos of the Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute writing on the globalisation of corporate regulation; Professor Yves Chaput of the Universite de Paris I writing on developments in French corporate law; Rasiah Gengatharen of the University of Western Australia writing on corporate law reform and futures regulation in Australia; Dr John Gillespie of Deakin University writing on the transplantation of company law in Vietnam; Desmond Guobadia writing on developments in Nigerian corporate law; Jean-Phillipe Robe writing on the globalised enterprise within the world economy; Richard Tudway writing on the juridical nature of the corporation; and Professor Junko Ueda writing on recent developments in Japanese corporate law.
Fiona Macmillan is Professor of Law at Birkbeck College,University of London.
PART 1 1 Globalisation of Corporate Regulation and Corporate Citizenship John Braithwaite and Peter Drahos 2. Enterprises and the Constitution of the World Economy Jean-Philippe Robe 3. The Juridical Paradox of the Corporation Richard Tudway 4. Towards Ethics for the Corporation Sally Wheeler 5. The European Union: Promoting a Framework for Corporate Social Responsibility Jo Hunt 6. The Relative Importance of the Statutory Derivative Action in Australia Stephen Bottomley 7. Privatisation and the Challenge of Corporate Governance in Nigeria Adedeji Adekunle 8. Importing Law Reform: Vietnamese Company Law as a Case Study John Gillespie 9. New Business Strategies for Japanese Corporations: Live or Let Die? Junko Ueda 10. CLERP and its Impact on Australian Futures Regulation Rasiah Gengatharen 11. Multinational Enterprises,the World Trade Organisation, and the Protection of the Environment Fiona Macmillan PART II-COUNTRY REPORTS 12. Suing Multinational Corporate Groups for Torts in the Wake of the Lubbe Case - A Comment Alex Tawanda Magaisa 13. Developments in French Company Law Yves Chaput 14. Recent Developments in the Nigerian Capital Market Desmond Guobadia