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Free The Market. Peter J. Boettke. Spanish Translation, Mario Šilar Oct 2011

Free The Market. Peter J. Boettke. Spanish Translation, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


When The Government Is The Controlling Shareholder, Marcel Kahan, Edward B. Rock May 2011

When The Government Is The Controlling Shareholder, Marcel Kahan, Edward B. Rock

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

As a result of the 2008 bailouts, the United States Government is now the controlling shareholder in AIG, Citigroup, GM, GMAC, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Corporate law provides a complex and comprehensive set of standards of conduct to protect non-controlling shareholders from controlling shareholders who have goals other than maximizing firm value. In this article, we analyze the extent to which these existing corporate law structures of accountability apply when the government is the controlling shareholder, and the extent to which federal “public law” structures substitute for displaced state “private law” norms. We show that the Delaware restrictions on ...


Natural Law Bibliography 1990-2010, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

Natural Law Bibliography 1990-2010, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


Antropología Filosófica Cristiana Y Economía De Mercado (Review). Revista Empresa Y Humanismo, Xiv/2, 2011, Pp. 121-127., Mario Šilar Jan 2011

Antropología Filosófica Cristiana Y Economía De Mercado (Review). Revista Empresa Y Humanismo, Xiv/2, 2011, Pp. 121-127., Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


"Faraway So Close". Maestros Y Discípulos En La Era Digital, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

"Faraway So Close". Maestros Y Discípulos En La Era Digital, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


The Call Of The Entrepreneur (Acton Media): Un Análisis, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

The Call Of The Entrepreneur (Acton Media): Un Análisis, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


The Economics Of Caring And Sharing. D.R. Lee. Spanish Translation, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

The Economics Of Caring And Sharing. D.R. Lee. Spanish Translation, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


Austrian School In 10 Propositions, By Peter J. Boettke, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

Austrian School In 10 Propositions, By Peter J. Boettke, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


Christianism And Liberalism. Conference Script. Diego De Covarrubias. San Pablo Ceu, Madrid, 12.12.2011, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

Christianism And Liberalism. Conference Script. Diego De Covarrubias. San Pablo Ceu, Madrid, 12.12.2011, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


Un Significativo Y Poco Difundido Discurso De Benedicto Xvi: El Mensaje A La Academia Pontificia De Ciencias Sociales Del Año 2011, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

Un Significativo Y Poco Difundido Discurso De Benedicto Xvi: El Mensaje A La Academia Pontificia De Ciencias Sociales Del Año 2011, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


The Call Of The Entrepreneur (Acton Media): An Analysis, Mario Šilar Jan 2011

The Call Of The Entrepreneur (Acton Media): An Analysis, Mario Šilar

Mario Šilar

No abstract provided.


Take Me Out Of The Ball Game: The Efficacy Of Public Subsidies In The Success Of Professional Sports Stadiums, Jonah Chodosh Jan 2011

Take Me Out Of The Ball Game: The Efficacy Of Public Subsidies In The Success Of Professional Sports Stadiums, Jonah Chodosh

CMC Senior Theses

This paper weights the relative advantages of multiple factors that lead to the success of professional sports stadiums in major markets, though a discussion of the arguments for and against public subsidies towards these projects. Using a logit statistical model, the paper determines that the two factors determining the highest likelihood of venue success include multiple tenants and access to mass transit. The analysis demonstrates that public subsidies towards stadiums don’t generate sufficient economic returns, and that successful stadiums can be created without using taxpayer funds.