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The evolution of company law in Indonesia: An exploration of legal innovation and stagnation

Abstract:

The question of the extent to which "transplant" countries continue to exhibit a particular style and substance of company regulation that mimics that of their respective "origin" countries has become particularly salient since the influential "legal origins" theory was proposed. This Article examines in detail the long historical evolution of company law in Indonesia from the colonial period to the present. Inspired by the approach of Pistor et al. (2002), this research finds some "legal ori...

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10.5131/AJCL.2012.0023

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, Law, Socio- Legal Studies Centre
Publisher:
American Society of Comparative Law
Journal:
American Journal of Comparative Law
Volume:
61
Issue:
2
Pages:
377-432
Publication date:
2012
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ISSN:
0002-919X
URN:
uuid:d7c0ea96-e416-4958-9530-34c038896d73
Source identifiers:
485141
Local pid:
pubs:485141
Language:
English

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