His primary scientific interests are in Corporate law, Shareholder, Corporate governance, Law and economics and Bankruptcy. The various areas that John Armour examines in his Corporate law study include Corporate action, Enforcement, Accounting and Relevance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Financial economics, Comparative law, Corporate finance and Stock market.
He has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including Norm, Stakeholder and Political economy. His work in Law and economics addresses subjects such as Creditor, which are connected to disciplines such as Set and Scholarship. His Bankruptcy research integrates issues from Legislature, Venture capital and Market economy.
John Armour mainly focuses on Corporate law, Corporate governance, Accounting, Law and economics and Law. His Corporate law research includes elements of Legislation, Legislature, Jurisdiction and Commercial law. His Corporate governance research includes themes of Insolvency, Control and Political economy.
His Accounting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agency cost, Enforcement, Restructuring and Creditor. His study explores the link between Law and economics and topics such as Scholarship that cross with problems in Globalization. When carried out as part of a general Law research project, his work on Bankruptcy, Plaintiff and Common law is frequently linked to work in Context, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His main research concerns Corporate law, Accounting, Brexit, Shareholder and Commercial law. His Corporate law study is associated with Corporate governance. In general Corporate governance study, his work on Corporate action and Institutional investor often relates to the realm of Anatomy, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Accounting research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Insolvency, Enforcement and Misconduct. His Shareholder research incorporates themes from Incentive, Clawback, Liability and Control. His work deals with themes such as Competition, Consistency, Order and Public law, which intersect with Commercial law.
John Armour mainly investigates Brexit, Corporate law, Enforcement, Financial system and Creditor. His Brexit research overlaps with other disciplines such as Capital market, International economics, Financial services and Subsidiary. John Armour has researched Corporate law in several fields, including Private law, Public law, Judicial opinion, Common law and Limited liability.
His study in Enforcement is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Reputation, Financial market, Financial regulation, Market price and Monetary economics.
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Bankruptcy Law and Entrepreneurship
John Armour;Douglas J Cumming.
American Law and Economics Review (2008)
The legislative road to Silicon Valley
John Armour;Douglas Cumming.
Oxford Economic Papers (2006)
Shareholder Protection and Stock Market Development: An Empirical Test of the Legal Origins Hypothesis
John Armour;Simon Deakin;Prabirjit Sarkar;Mathias M. Siems.
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2009)
Shareholder Primacy and the Trajectory of UK Corporate Governance
John Armour;Simon Deakin;Suzanne J. Konzelmann.
British Journal of Industrial Relations (2003)
Norms in Private Insolvency: The “London Approach” to the Resolution of Financial Distress
John Armour;Simon Deakin.
The Journal of Corporate Law Studies (2001)
Law and Financial Development: What We Are Learning from Time-Series Evidence
J. Armour;S. Deakin;V. Mollica;Mathias Siems.
BYU Law Review (2009)
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