Simon Deakin mostly deals with Corporate governance, Labour law, Shareholder, Industrial relations and Market economy. His Corporate governance research includes themes of Productivity, Stakeholder and Accounting. The subject of his Labour law research is within the realm of Labour economics.
His Labour economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Law, Public law and Position. Simon Deakin studied Shareholder and Comparative law that intersect with Financial economics and Corporate finance. His studies deal with areas such as Industrial organization, Perception and Scope as well as Market economy.
Simon Deakin mainly investigates Corporate governance, Labour law, Law, Law and economics and Shareholder. Simon Deakin works mostly in the field of Corporate governance, limiting it down to topics relating to Accounting and, in certain cases, Shareholder value, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies in Labour law integrate themes in fields like Collective bargaining, Market economy and Political economy.
The concepts of his Political economy study are interwoven with issues in Index and Economic history. Simon Deakin integrates Law and Panel data in his research. His work carried out in the field of Shareholder brings together such families of science as Civil law, Comparative law and Common law.
His main research concerns Law, Labour law, Capitalism, Corporate governance and Law and economics. His Law research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Index and Appropriation. His Labour law study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Labour economics.
His study in Capitalism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Institution, State, Market economy, Empirical research and Financial crisis. Simon Deakin is involved in the study of Corporate governance that focuses on Corporate law in particular. Public good is closely connected to Liability in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Law and economics.
Simon Deakin mostly deals with Law, Labour law, Empirical legal studies, Corporate governance and Capitalism. His Law research integrates issues from Agency, Measures of national income and output, Institutional economics, Index and Unemployment. Labour law is a subfield of Labour economics that Simon Deakin explores.
His Empirical legal studies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Leximetrics, Coding and Product market. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Perception, Empirical research, Financial crisis and Hedge fund. His research integrates issues of Institution, Argument, State, Financial economics and Developed market in his study of Capitalism.
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The Law of the Labour Market: Industrialization, Employment, and Legal Evolution
Simon Deakin;Frank Wilkinson.
Research Papers in Economics (2005)
Contract Law, Social Norms and Inter-firm Cooperation
Alessandro Arrighetti;Reinhard Bachmann;Simon Deakin.
Cambridge Journal of Economics (1997)
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)
Labor Regulation, Corporate Governance, and Legal Origin: A Case of Institutional Complementarity?
Beth Ahlering;Simon Deakin.
Law & Society Review (2007)
Contracts, co-operation, and competition : studies in economics, management, and law
Simon F. Deakin;Jonathan Michie.
Research Papers in Economics (1998)
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)
The employment contract : From collective procedures to individual rights
William Brown;Simon Deakin;David Nash;Sarah Oxenbridge.
British Journal of Industrial Relations (2000)
Shareholder Primacy and the Trajectory of UK Corporate Governance
John Armour;Simon Deakin;Suzanne J. Konzelmann.
British Journal of Industrial Relations (2003)
Learning from Enron
Simon Deakin;Suzanne J. Konzelmann.
Corporate Governance: An International Review (2004)
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