European Business Organization Law Review

Papers
(The TQCC of European Business Organization Law Review is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Sustainability, FinTech and Financial Inclusion192
Access to Finance for Artificial Intelligence Regulation in the Financial Services Industry30
Will the World Ever Be the Same After COVID-19? Two Lessons from the First Global Crisis of a Digital Age26
The EU Sustainable Finance Agenda: Developing Governance for Double Materiality in Sustainability Metrics25
Trustworthy AI and Corporate Governance: The EU’s Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence from a Company Law Perspective23
Developing a Green Bonds Market: Lessons from China21
Regulating Sustainable Finance in the Dark15
From a Financial to an Entity Model of ESG14
Venture Capital in the Rise of Sustainable Investment13
Corporate Governance of Banks and Financial Institutions: Economic Theory, Supervisory Practice, Evidence and Policy10
Regulatory Lag, Regulatory Friction and Regulatory Transition as FinTech Disenablers: Calibrating an EU Response to the Regulatory Sandbox Phenomenon10
Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Decisions9
Regulating Investment Robo-Advisors in China: Problems and Prospects9
Smart Precision Finance for Small Businesses Funding9
The Changing Concept of Money: A Threat to the Monetary System or an Opportunity for the Financial Sector?9
Private Investments, Public Goods: Regulating Markets for Sustainable Development8
The Development and Regulation of Cryptoassets: Hong Kong Experiences and a Comparative Analysis7
The Characterization of Pre-insolvency Proceedings in Private International Law7
Legal and Policy Pathways of Carbon Finance: Comparative Analysis of the Carbon Market in the EU and China7
Theory, Evidence, and Policy on Dual-Class Shares: A Country-Specific Response to a Global Debate6
Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation for Listed Companies: The Effects in the Netherlands6
Contractual Innovation in China’s Venture Capital Market6
Corporate Disclosures on Climate Change: An Empirical Analysis of FTSE All-Share British Fossil Fuel Producers5
Sustainability, Justice and Corporate Law: Redistributing Corporate Rights and Duties to Meet the Challenge of Sustainability5
Protection of Foreign Investment in China: The Foreign Investment Law and the Changing Landscape5
Law and Regulation for Sustainable Finance5
The Use of Technology in Corporate Management and Reporting of Climate-Related Risks5
Post-Brexit UK Fund Regulation: Equivalence, Divergence or Convergence?4
Institutional Investor ESG Engagement: The European Experience4
Philanthropy and the For-profit Corporation: The Benefit Corporation as the New Form of Firm Altruism4
Collective Investment: Land, Crypto and Coin Schemes: Regulatory ‘Property’4
The Future of Reorganization Procedures in the Era of Pre-insolvency Law4
What Can Restructuring Laws Do? Geopolitical Shocks, the New German Restructuring Regime, and the Limits of Restructuring Laws4
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