European Business Organization Law Review
”The European Business Organization Law Review“ (EBOR) deals primarily with the areas of corporate governance and capital markets law. The journal adopts an interdisciplinary approach and is geared towards scholars and practitioners.
The international regulatory competition surrounding the "correct" organizational form for entrepreneurial activities presents a distinct challenge in terms of legal and economic research. Against this background, the "European Business Organization Law Review" (EBOR) aims to promote the European debate on corporate governance and capital market law and to contribute academically to the development of regulatory concepts. The journal adopts an interdisciplinary approach and is oriented towards both scholarship and legal practice. It appears four times a year, comprising a total of around 800 printed pages, and is published by the T.M.C. Asser Press in cooperation with the Asser Institute in The Hague.
Institute fellow Rainer Kulms serves as editor-in-chief of the publication. The editorial board is populated by Luca Enriques, Vesna Lazić, Francisco Marcos, Joseph McCahery, Niamh Moloney and Katharina Pistor, thereby having an international composition. The same can be said of the twelve-member advisory board, which includes Ernst-Joachim Mestmäcker from the Institute.