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This book is a primer on corporate law for law students and anyone else interested in the foundations of corporate law. The
book provides a self-contained, accessible presentation of the field's essentials: what corporations are, how they are
governed, their interactions with their investors and other stakeholders, major transactions (M&A), and parallels with
alternative entities including partnerships. Optional background chapters cover the investor ecosystem, contemporary
corporate governance, and corporate finance. The book's exposition of doctrine and policy is nuanced and sophisticated yet
short and simple enough for a quick read.
"An astonishingly lucid summary, I wish I had it when I was in law school." -Sarath Sanga, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
"Corporations in 100 Pages achieves the impossible: it offers a masterfully clear and concise exposition of corporate law and its motivating principles, without dumbing down the subject matter. I recommend it to all of my students-it's an invaluable resource." -Elisabeth de Fontenay, Duke University School of Law.