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Specific Investment and Corporate Law
(European Business Organization Law Review, 2006)
At the close of the twentieth century, U.S. corporate scholarship was dominated by a principal-agent paradigm that assumed that shareholders were the principals or sole residual claimants in public corporations, and also ...
Specific Investment: Explaining Anomalies in Corporate Law
(Journal of Corporation Law, 2006)
This essay has two goals: to praise Professor Robert Clark as a remarkable corporate scholar, and to explore how his work has helped to advance our understanding of corporations and corporate law. Clark wrote his classic ...