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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Contract governance combines insights from governance research and contract theory, covering diverse issues of governance in contract law and practice. This book introduces and develops contract governance as a new approach to contract theory, setting an international and interdisciplinary research agenda for modern contract law.
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Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As an academic discipline, governance research is certainly multi-faceted and the value of this book, (which does cite an enormous amount of research) is that, as a discipline, it should be explored from a number of differing standpoints, engendering much debate, perhaps even controversy, which is all to the good. As a work of scholarship, this book makes an important contribution to further study and analysis within this important area of law and is a great credit
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Professor Karl Riesenhuber is holder of the Chair for Civil Law, German and European Commercial and Economic Law at Ruhr-Universitat Bochum. He previously held positions as Professor at Europa-Universitat Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) and as assistant lecturer at Cambridge University Faculty of Law. Professor Riesenhuber was Feodor-Lynen Fellow of Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation (1999-2001) and Official Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge (2000/2001). He practised law as attorney (Rechtsanwalt) in Berlin at Dr Bezzenberger Law Office from 1995 to 2002. Professor Riesenhuber earned his law degree (Staatsexamen/Referendarexamen) from Albert-Ludwigs Universitat Freiburg i.B. (1990) and a degree of Master of Comparative Jurisprudence from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law (1991). He passed the Assessorexamen in Berlin in 1994.
PART I: THE OVERALL ARCHITECTURE OF CONTRACT GOVERNANCE ; 1. Contract Governance: Dimensions in Law and Interdisciplinary Research ; PART II: THIRD PARTY IMPACT AND CONTRACT GOVERNANCE PROBLEMS IN HERD BEHAVIOUR ; 2. The Concept of Herd Behaviour - Its Psychological and Neural Underpinnings ; Comment - Law, Economics and More: The Genius of Contract Governance ; 3. Moral Hazard and Herd Behaviour in the Financial Crisis ; Comment - Whistle Blowing in the Stampede? Comment on Bruno Frey and Reto Cueni ; 4. Herd Behaviour and Third Party Impact as a Legal Concept - On Tulips, Pyramid Games and Asset-backed Securities ; Summary of the Discussion ; PART III: GOVERNANCE OF NETWORKS OF CONTRACTS ; 5. Contract, Uncertainty, and Innovation ; Comment ; 6. Contractual Networks in a Socio-Economic Perspective ; Comment ; 7. Deals - Contractual Governance ; Summary of the Discussions ; PART IV: GOVERNANCE IN LONG-TERM CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS ; 8. Fairness and Reciprocity in Contract Governance ; Comment - The Governance of Contract Relations: A Case for Fairness? ; 9. Cooperation, Games, and Economic Theory in Long-Term Relationships ; Comment ; 10. Opportunistic Behaviour in Long-Term Investment Relationships and Legal Answers ; Comment ; Summary of the Discussions ; PART V: CONTRACT GOVERNANCE AND RULE SETTING ; 11. Private Regulation and Industrial Organisation: the Network Approach ; Comment ; 12. Flipping Wreck: Lex Mercatoria on the Shoals of Ius Cogens ; Comment ; 13. Innovation and the Role of Public-Private Collaboration in Contract Governance - Governing Global Finance: Towards Contractual Governance ; Comment The Vienna Initiative - A New Mode of Governance? ; Summary of the Discussions ; PART VI: CONTRACT GOVERNANCE AND POLITICAL DIMENSIONS ; 14. Panel Discussion - Introductory Statements