International Insolvency Review

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Edited By: Ian F. Fletcher QC (Hon)

Impact Factor: 0.273

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 88/94 (Business Finance); 121/147 (Law)

Online ISSN: 1099-1107

Anniversary virtual issue


We are pleased to bring you the first virtual issue of International Insolvency Review. Simply click on the article titles below for free online access to articles in this issue.

Foreword
Rt Hon Lord Hoffmann of Chedworth

Editorial
Ian F. Fletcher

International insolvency: The way ahead
Ian F. Fletcher

Principles of international insolvency (part I)
Philip R. Wood

Principles of international insolvency (part II)
Philip R. Wood

A principled justification for business rescue laws: A comparative perspective (part I)
Gino Dal Pont and Lynden Griggs

A principled justification for business rescue laws: A comparative perspective (part II)
Gino Dal Pont and Lynden Griggs

Cross-Border insolvency: The judicial approach
Sir Peter Millett

Discovering Jabez Henry. Cross-border insolvency law in the 19th century
David Graham

Preferential debts in corporate insolvency: a comparative study
Andrew Keay, Andre Boraine and David Burdette

The landscape of international insolvency law
Paul J. Omar

Human rights issues in South African insolvency law
Lee Steyn

Should reciprocity be a part of the UNCITRAL Model Cross-Border Insolvency Law?
Keith D. Yamauchi

Maidum's challenge, legal and governance issues in dealing with cross-border business enterprise group insolvencies
Janis Sarra

Twenty-five years of consumer bankruptcy in continental Europe: internalizing negative externalities and humanizing justice in Denmark
Jason J. Kilborn

Conflict of laws in the discharge of debts in bankruptcy
Andrew Grossman

Determining the insolvent estate – A comparative analysis
Harry Rajak

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