24 J.L. & Soc'y [i] (1997)

handle is hein.journals/jlsocty24 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Law and Society
(Formerly the British Journal of Law and Society)
VOLUME 24 NUMBER 1                                     MARCH 1997
Contents
Articles
Comparative Corporate Governance:
An Interdisciplinary Agenda ........... Simon Deakin and Alan Hughes  1
The Impact of Changing Corporate Strategies
on Communities, Unions, and Workers in the
United  States of America ......................................... Charles  Craypo  10
Labour's Paradoxical Interests and the Evolution
of Corporate Governance       Teresa Ghilarducci, James Hawley,
......................................................................... and  A ndrew  W illiam s  26
Works Councils: Towards Stakeholding ........................ Sally Wheeler  44
Towards a Less Irrelevant Socialism:
Stakeholding as a 'Reform' of the
Capitalist Economy .................................................. David  Campbell  65
Control and Executive Compensation in
Large French Companies ..... Alain Alcouffe and Christiane Alcouffe  85
The Changing Anatomy of Corporate Control
and the Market for Executives in the
United Kingdom .................................. Andy Cosh and Alan Hughes  104
Hostile Takeovers, Corporate Law, and the
Theory of the Firm ......................... Simon Deakin and Giles Slinger  124
Corporate Governance, Competition, and
Perform ance  .................................................................. Colin  M ayer  152

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