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Professor Holger Fleischer

Director
Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law
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Holger Fleischer, Director, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law
ECGI Research Associate (2011) :

Biography    
Prof. Dr. Holger Fleischer , internationally renowned legal scholar and winner of the Leibniz-Prize, is the newest Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg. Prof. Fleischer's areas of emphasis include German and European company law and securities regulation, commercial law including accounting law, economic analysis of the law and comparative law. Filling the position vacated by Prof. Klaus J. Hopt upon his 2008 transition to Director Emeritus, Prof. Fleischer's work will continue to advance the Institute's focus in the fields of business and corporate law.Prof. Fleischer began his academic career in 1995 as an Assistant at the Institute for Labour and Business Law in Cologne. His post-doctoral dissertation (Habilitation) titled

Research Interests
Commercial law including accounting law, economic analysis of the law and comparative law
German and European company law and securities regulation

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Brexit and Corporate Citizenship ECGI Law Working Paper 340/2017 January 2017
Financial Incentives for Whistleblowers in European Capital Markets Law? - Legal Policy Considerations on the Reform of the Market Abuse Regime ECGI Law Working Paper 189/2012 August 2012

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