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Giulio Sandrelli and Marco Ventoruzzo

Chapter 10 examines the evolution of modern Italian corporate law by focusing on share classes and voting rights. From a variegated voting and class system in the nineteenth century, the authors show convergence during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century towards a one-share, one-vote norm, followed later in the century by a countercurrent marked by increased flexibility in voting arrangements and eventual elimination of a ban on multiple voting shares. Along the way the authors demonstrate that these developments were not only produced by internal dynamics of corporation law but by larger national and international developments—‘competition among European jurisdictions, circulation of legal models internationally, … a growing faith in market efficiency and [in] the ability of contractual freedom to adopt the most efficient solution’.

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Federico Fabbrini and Marco Ventoruzzo

In Chapter 1, the editors introduce the content of the volume and explain its structure

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Edited by Federico Fabbrini and Marco Ventoruzzo

This comprehensive Research Handbook analyses and explains the EU’s complex system of economic governance from a legal point of view and looks ahead to the challenges it faces and how these can be resolved. Bringing together contributions from leading academics and top lawyers from EU institutions, this Research Handbook is the first to cover all aspects of the Eurozone’s legal ecosystem, and offers an up-to-date and in depth assessment of the norms and procedures that underpin the EU’s economic, monetary, banking, and capital markets unions.