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The Foreign Direct Investment Regulations: A European Legal Point of View

Eckard Rehbinder
1969 Law & Contemporary Problems  
must be seen together with trends in German business law to replace the dogma of identity between the legal entity and the enterprise with a concept of an "enterprise entity" which may include more than  ...  of foreign investment policies for all of them.  ...  and to parliament. 10' But perhaps one must take into account that it is an old practice of French courts to hide the true reasons of a decision behind rather formal constructions.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1190995 fatcat:ygfm5k4dxffute5f6qvjcfpmim

Notes [chapter]

2017 Dilemmas in Responsible Investment  
In all cases, those interviewed were speaking anonymously and personally, not as representatives of their firms.  ...  Voting on the shareholder resolutions that appear on corporate proxy statements for annual general meetings is not only the right of all stockholders but also the fiduciary obligation of institutional  ...  We might well have chosen 'Responsible Investment in 12 Cases' as the title of this book.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781351278447-5 fatcat:bho7uokn4nc4zizq3tx2gp4a2a

International Portfolio Investment: Theory, Evidence, and Institutional Framework

Sohnke M. Bartram, Gunter Dufey
2001 Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments  
At first sight, the idea of investing internationally seems exciting and full of promise because of the many benefits of international portfolio investment.  ...  Even though these advantages might appear attractive, the risks of and constraints for international portfolio investment must not be overlooked.  ...  Financial support by the Limburg Institute of Financial Economics (LIFE) and NTU Nanyang Business School is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-0416.00043 fatcat:7352axd7pfbm3ocxynrrxrzhe4

International Portfolio Investment: Theory, Evidence, and Institutional Framework

Sohnke M. Bartram, Gunter Dufey
2001 Social Science Research Network  
At first sight, the idea of investing internationally seems exciting and full of promise because of the many benefits of international portfolio investment.  ...  Even though these advantages might appear attractive, the risks of and constraints for international portfolio investment must not be overlooked.  ...  Financial support by the Limburg Institute of Financial Economics (LIFE) and NTU Nanyang Business School is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.270196 fatcat:ajklsk2vqzarjdjyyvhztkuyj4

Page 25 of National Republic Vol. 45, Issue 9 [page]

1958 National Republic  
Under the Swiss law the identity of numbered ac- counts is a confidential matter and it is illegal for Swiss banks to disclose the identity of the owner of an anonymous account, The State Attorney General  ...  Concern Over Investments By Foreigners Fear that subversive stockholders may be getting access to vital scientific secrets as the result of their vast holdings in certain American corporations, has been  ... 

Household Stockholding in Europe: Where Do We Stand and Where Do We Go?

Luigi Guiso, Michael Haliassos, Tullio Jappelli
2003 Social Science Research Network  
the asset share invested in stocks, conditional on participation.  ...  We thank Giuseppe Bertola, Marco Pagano, and two anonymous referees for comments, and Rob  ...  Section 7 discusses likely effects from widening the stockholder base and policy concerns arising from the identity of new stockholders.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.346542 fatcat:qh4q3lr72favvhywe32fgp2mme

Deceived

Stefano Grazioli, Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa
2003 Communications of the ACM  
Arguably, the specifics of the Internet technology played a crucial role in the deception, allowing anonymous interactions between the deceiver's multiple identities and his victims.  ...  Mimicking Assuming somebody else's identity or modifying the core so it copies the features of a legitimate item. The creation of a 'mirror' bank site virtually identical to the legitimate site.  ... 
doi:10.1145/953460.953500 fatcat:zqm66hw2crgv3co7et3jsxa33q

An accident waiting to happen

2014 Nature  
Both the underregulation of banking and the overregulation of securities was underpinned by economic theories that favored blind diversification in liquid, anonymous markets, and which ignored the value  ...  The weakening of the rules after the 1970s promoted the displacement of traditional relationship-based banking with securitized, arms-length alternatives that encouraged banks to undertake activities about  ...  Diversification rules that cause institutions to fragment their portfolios and the stockholding of the firms in which invest they compound the free-riding problem.  ... 
doi:10.1038/509259a fatcat:h3watjfhjngrfi2eqqbejhjfru

AN ACCIDENT WAITING TO HAPPEN

Amar Bhidé
2009 Critical Review  
Both the underregulation of banking and the overregulation of securities was underpinned by economic theories that favored blind diversification in liquid, anonymous markets, and which ignored the value  ...  The weakening of the rules after the 1970s promoted the displacement of traditional relationship-based banking with securitized, arms-length alternatives that encouraged banks to undertake activities about  ...  Diversification rules that cause institutions to fragment their portfolios and the stockholding of the firms in which invest they compound the free-riding problem.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08913810902974956 fatcat:bpgzr5znfjdtzc6xubcqfaox6i

A Call for Ethical Expertise in Financial Markets

Christoph Weber-Berg
2008 Finance & Bien Commun  
So who are they, if they don't have any moral identity? In the case of stockholders, they are perceived as homini oeconomici, interested in nothing but in increasing profits.  ...  Immoral market participants can hide under the magic cape of amorality and transfer their risks to those who are not aware of them.  ... 
doi:10.3917/fbc.031.0103 fatcat:txief5oc3ne3xpy3wjepvmef74

Control over Blockchain Network

Aleksei Gudkov
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Anonymity The blockchain technology provides privacy and anonymity to users, despite transaction information being publicly available. 45 Blockchain public addresses hide identity. 46 The public address  ...  Entrance-Exit Nodes The blockchain technology makes it possible to hide information and identity inside the network-but, there is a loophole. 180 The anonymity and pseudonymity can be partially overcome  ...  * In this picture, the private key is translated to traditional Chinese.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3105859 fatcat:dvjdonko25ac3jbmms6yd5ofx4

Financial Statement Fraud: Lessons Learned from Selected U.S. Legal Cases in the past Twenty Years

Stephen Errol Blythe
2020 Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing  
Rule 10b-5, Investment Advisers Act, Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act; (2) financial statement fraud schemes included use of unconsolidated special-purpose entities  ...  The researcher analysed selected U.S. court cases of financial statement fraud from the past twenty years and concluded: (1) U.S. laws used to prosecute financial statement fraudsters include the Securities  ...  accounted for IRU transactions to hide the fact that its multi-billion dollar revenues and strong cash flow was a sham The stockholders of Global Crossing, Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.17265/1548-6583/2020.01.001 fatcat:uqzojovpxzdixibmh6zsiv6d3a

On Pollution Permit Banking and Market Power

Matti Liski, Juan-Pablo Montero
2006 Journal of Regulatory Economics  
Motivated by features observed in the market for sulfur dioxide emissions of the US Acid Rain Program, we then show that the introduction of stock transactions has no effects on market power, but that  ...  To smooth compliance towards the longrun emissions goal, firms are initially allocated a stock (i.e., bank) of permits to be gradually consumed.  ...  1 C 00 f (q f 1 ) − C 0 m (q m 1 ) = 0. (29) These equilibrium conditions are identical to those holding for the second period, which allows us to conclude that the depletion path of the stock of permits  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11149-006-7400-x fatcat:paunpahlq5hj5gjutxqtjb6fcu

Disclosure: A Study of the Consensus Among Public Accountants and Security Analysts

Gyan Chandra
1974 Journal of Finance  
and benefit at the cost of small stockholders  ...  Large stockholders, mutual funds and institutional stockholders, because of their size, strength and resources, often manage to acquire additional (most often privileged) information on their equity investment  ...  Furthermore, we are only concerned with "investment decisions" involving a quantity of shares not less than a round lot (100 shares) and not exceeding 5% of the total outstanding common shares of a corporation  ... 
doi:10.2307/2978612 fatcat:hw3eo23lgzalfco6jp6ml2kpjq

Corporate taxes, growth and welfare in a Schumpeterian economy

Pietro F. Peretto
2007 Journal of Economic Theory  
the size of the workforce.  ...  I take a new look at the long-run implications of taxation through the lens of modern Schumpeterian growth theory.  ...  Acknowledgments I thank an anonymous referee and an Associate Editor for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jet.2006.11.005 fatcat:bb3eugwoyjh5znfvyf4rk2mxpy
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