3 edition of Interlocking Directorates and the Regulation of Terminals found in the catalog.
Interlocking Directorates and the Regulation of Terminals
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Regulation of interlocking directorates in the financial sector. A comparative case study Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Law and Economics 41(2) November with Reads. Abstract.
Network analysis techniques are used for investigating the probable effects of a change in the regulation aiming to prevent the anticompetitive effects of interlocking directorates (ID), that is the crossed presence of directors in the boards of competing by: 5.
§ Interlocking relationships permitted by statute. The prohibitions of § do not apply in the case of any one or more of the following organizations or to a subsidiary thereof: (a) A depository organization that has been placed formally in liquidation, or which is in the hands of a receiver, conservator, or other official.
Connection of terminal equipment to the telephone network --pt. Access charges. Other Titles: Tariffs Applications to hold interlocking directorates Extension of lines and discontinuance of service by carriers Miscellaneous rules relating to common carriers Interstate rate of return prescription procedures and methodologies.
1. Introduction. Corporate networks through interlocking directorates are an essential feature shaping the business environment. Indeed, very few of the largest corporations around the world are not part of a network through interlocking of board directors (Stockman, Ziegler, & Scott, ) and this has been the case for a long time (David & Westerhuis, ).Cited by: 3.
interlocking directorates handbook By EL James FILE ID 3a Freemium Media Library countrytherefore it need a free signup process to obtain the book interlocking directorates in the regulation to cover situations in which firms acquire minority interlocking directorates within a.
A comparative study of interlocking directorates at the end of the import-substituting industrialization period in Argentina and Chile1 Erica Salvaj- Universidad del Desarrollo.
Chile2 Andrea Lluch- CONICET. Argentina3 Abstract Research on interlocking directorates has been conducted primarily in the United States and European countries. INTERLOCKING DIRECTORATE REGULATIONS’ DIAMOND JUBILEE, ARE WE LEFT WITH CHERRIES OR THE PITS.
John J. Schulze, Jr.* Synopsis: The Federal Power Act‘s prohibition on certain interlocking directorates involving public utilities was a result of the concerns and fears of the era in which it was created. Journals & Books; Help interlocking directorate, ownership concentration, duality and inbreeding, as well as the design of accountability systems such as accounting information, auditing standards, and financial and non-financial disclosures.
This article bases. Interfirm networks are one of the core modes of corporate governance. However, its formation mechanism is not clearly and adequately delineated. This article highlights the significance of property rights to the formation mechanism of interfirm networks.
Using interlocking directorate data from Chinese listed companies during the years –, we investigate the association between. Tariffs., Applications to hold interlocking directorates., Extension of lines and discontinuance of service by carriers., Miscellaneous rules relating to common carriers., Interstate rate of return prescription procedures and methodologies., Applications relating to consolidation, acquisition, or.
letter a and c Regulation Number 5/ Referring to the Bischoff and Buchwald measurement (), horizontal link is the link that occurs between companies in the same sector. Vertical link or vertical interlocking directorate occurs when companies in different industries hold dual positions.
Interlocking Directorates (Acquisitions) This section introduces, discusses and describes the basics of interlocking directorates. Then, cross references and a brief overview about Acquisitions is provided. Finally, the subject of Antitrust, Trade Law in relation with interlocking directorates is examined.
the restrictions on interlocking directorates contained in section 8 of the Clayton Act.' In its simplest form, an interlocking directorate arises when a single individual sits on the boards of directors of competing companies.
Concern over increased concentrations of power in financial, industrial, and manufacturing circles, 2. Applications to hold interlocking directorates.
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Based. There has been a few studies on the phenomenon of interlocking directorate in specific countries like the US (Roy, ), Kuwait (Mahdi et al., ), France (Yeo et al., ), Italy (Rinaldi and. Under Section 8 of the Clayton Act, the FTC is charged with preventing and eliminating interlocking directorates.
In MayAAG Makan Delrahim noted that the Antitrust Division was “looking into the law governing interlocking directorates and bringing it forward to account for modern corporate structures.” Limited liability companies. Alberto Baccini & Leonardo Marroni, "Regulation of interlocking directorates in the financial sector: a comparative case study," European Journal of Law and Economics, Springer, vol.
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