publication . Thesis . Other literature type . 2017

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McKeown, Peter Julian Joseph;
  • Published: 09 Feb 2017
Australian corporations operate in an increasingly international environment. It has intuitive appeal that Australian law should regulate the conduct of directors of Australian corporations even if it occurs outside Australia. This however can create tension with the competing rights of the foreign state in whose territory this conduct occurs to regulate such conduct. This thesis examines two questions. Firstly, does Australian law governing directors’ duties in fact apply to activities of a director of an Australian corporation which occur or have effect outside Australia? Secondly, as a matter of policy, should Australian law apply to such activities, and if s...
free text keywords: Uncategorized, private international law, restricted access and full embargo, thesis(doctorate), 1959.1/871203, corporations law, ethesis-20130522-220839, monash:119325, 2013
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