German Corporate Governance in International and European Context (eBook, PDF) - Du Plessis, Jean J.; Großfeld, Bernhard; Luttermann, Claus; Saenger, Ingo; Sandrock, Otto; Casper, Matthias
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Corporate governance encompasses the free enterprise system, which is treated comprehensively in this book from a German perspective. This distinguishes the book from other books written in English in this subject area, not only because of the comprehensive way it covers German corporate law and corporate governance, but also because of the fact that it provides international and European perspectives on these important topics.
This second edition is an extensively revised and updated version of the first edition, in particular with a view to the worldwide debt crisis. The authors provide
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Produktbeschreibung
Corporate governance encompasses the free enterprise system, which is treated comprehensively in this book from a German perspective. This distinguishes the book from other books written in English in this subject area, not only because of the comprehensive way it covers German corporate law and corporate governance, but also because of the fact that it provides international and European perspectives on these important topics.

This second edition is an extensively revised and updated version of the first edition, in particular with a view to the worldwide debt crisis. The authors provide readers with an overview of the unique features of German business and enterprise law and an in-depth analysis of the organs of governance of German public limited companies (general meeting, management board, supervisory board). In addition, approaches for reforms required at the international level are also suggested and discussed, including, among others, the unique interplay and dynamics of the German two-tier board model with the system of codetermination, referring to the arrangement of employees sitting on the supervisory boards of German public limited companies and private companies employing more than 500 employees; also covered are significant recent legal developments in Europe.

The book highlights the core function of valuation and financial reporting at the international, European and German levels, with accounting as the documentary proof of good corporate governance. It also expands the scope of the first edition by a treatment of the German financial sector, global corporate finance and governance, and by including a new chapter on compliance of corporate governance laws, rules and standards in Germany. As far as comparative law is concerned, new developments in the area of corporate governance in the EU, the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and corporate governance in the US, the UK and Australia are covered.

The book is addressed to researchers, practitioners and basically anyone with an interest in the complex, but intriguing areas of corporate law and corporate governance.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 502
  • Erscheinungstermin: 14. Januar 2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783642230059
  • Artikelnr.: 37371013
Autorenporträt
Professor Dr. Jean J. du Plessis, Deakin University, Geelong Victoria, Australia Professor Dr. Bernhard Großfeld, Muenster, Germany Professor Dr. Claus Luttermann, Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Ingolstadt, Germany Professor Dr. Ingo Saenger, University of Muenster, Muenster, Germany Professor Dr. Otto Sandrock, Muenster, Germany
Inhaltsangabe
Jean J du Plessis, Bernhard Großfeld, Ingo Saenger and Otto Sandrock , An Overview of German Business or Enterprise Law and the One-Tier and Two-Tier Board Systems Contrasted.- Jean J du Plessis and Ingo Saenger , An Overview of the Corporate Governance Debate in Germany.- Jean J du Plessis and Ingo Saenger , The General Meeting and the Management Board as Company Organs.- Jean J du Plessis and Ingo Saenger , The Supervisory Board as Company Organ.- Otto Sandrock and Jean J du Plessis , The German System of Supervisory Codetermination by Employees.- Otto Sandrock , The Impact of European Developments on German Codetermination and German Corporate Law.- Claus Luttermann , Accounting as the Documentary Proof of Good Corporate Governance.- Claus Luttermann , Legal Requirements for the Proper Appraisal of Companies: A Substantive Civil-Procedural Concept.- Claus Luttermann , Banking on Trust as Individual Responsibility: Corporate Finance, Speculation and Global Capital Markets.- Matthias Casper , Corporate Governance and Corporate Compliance.- Jean J du Plessis and Ingo Saenger , Corporate Governance in the EU, the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and Corporate Governance in Selected Other Jurisdictions.

Rezensionen
From the reviews of the second edition:
"The targeted audience is twofold: firstly, the book targets managers and directors of companies as well as investors who want to comprehend the German model of corporate governance and its institutional setting ... . Secondly, the book targets non-German postgraduate students, academic scholars, and others who, for language reasons, cannot read the vast amount of German literature on the topic ... . It provides great insight on German business law literature for non-English readers as well as important decisions of German and European courts." (Axel Haller, The International Journal of Accounting, September, 2013)