His primary areas of study are Comparative law, Shareholder, Common law, Civil law and Corporate governance. His Comparative law study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Corporate law and Finance. His biological study deals with issues like Developing country, which deal with fields such as Legal research.
His Shareholder study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Financial economics and Corporate finance. His research in Common law focuses on subjects like Labour law, which are connected to Macroeconomics, Convergence and Insolvency. The various areas that Mathias M. Siems examines in his Civil law study include Municipal law and Accounting.
Mathias M. Siems mostly deals with Law, Comparative law, Shareholder, Law and economics and Corporate law. His work carried out in the field of Comparative law brings together such families of science as Legal history, Legal research and Commercial law. His Shareholder research integrates issues from Convergence and Accounting.
His work investigates the relationship between Law and economics and topics such as Regulatory competition that intersect with problems in European Union law and Compromise. His research integrates issues of Legislation, Insolvency, Conflict of laws, Limited liability partnership and Limited liability in his study of Corporate law. His Civil law study contributes to a more complete understanding of Common law.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Law, Law and economics, Corporate law, Comparative law and Corporate governance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Product market and Market price. His Law and economics research incorporates elements of Regulatory competition, Functionalism and Power.
His Corporate law study combines topics in areas such as Insolvency and Conflict of laws. His work on Municipal law as part of general Comparative law study is frequently linked to Field, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study on Shareholder is often connected to Stock market as part of broader study in Corporate governance.
Mathias M. Siems focuses on Corporate governance, Law and economics, Accounting, Law and Corporate law. In general Corporate governance study, his work on Shareholder often relates to the realm of Stock market, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His research brings together the fields of Comparative law and Law and economics.
His work in Accounting addresses subjects such as Economic Justice, which are connected to disciplines such as Common law, Conflict of laws and Country of origin. Mathias M. Siems works mostly in the field of Law, limiting it down to concerns involving Finance and, occasionally, Mechanism and Conceptual framework. His work on Regulatory competition as part of general Corporate law research is frequently linked to Minimum capital, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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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)
How Do Legal Rules Evolve? Evidence From a Cross-Country Comparison of Shareholder, Creditor and Worker Protection
John Armour;Simon Deakin;Priya Lele;Mathias Siems.
American Journal of Comparative Law (2009)
The evolution of labour law: Calibrating and comparing regulatory regimes
Simon Deakin;Priya Lele;Mathias M. Siems.
International Labour Review (2007)
Comparative law and finance: past, present and future research
Mathias M. Siems;Simon Deakin.
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics-zeitschrift Fur Die Gesamte Staatswissenschaft (2010)
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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