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Bankruptcy of large firms and exit mechanisms in Korea

Bankruptcy of large firms and exit mechanisms in Korea (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Nam, il chong Oh, Soogeun
Corporate Author
한국개발연구원
Title Statement
Bankruptcy of large firms and exit mechanisms in Korea / Il Chong Nam and Soogeun Oh.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Seoul :   Korea Development Institute,   2001.  
Physical Medium
147p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
KDI Research Monograph ; 2000-01
ISBN
8980631049
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 142-147).
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Bankruptcy.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

CONTENTS
Preface = ⅲ,4,2
Contents = ⅴ,6,4
List of Tables = ⅸ,10,2
Summary = 1
Ⅰ. Introduction = 6
Ⅱ. Extent of the Debt Crisis = 12
Ⅲ. Main Issues in the Law and Economics of Insolvency = 22
 Ⅲ-1. The Role of Insolvency Mechanisms = 22
 Ⅲ-2. Three Fundamental Ex-Post Decisions = 25
 Ⅲ-3. Decision-Making Process = 27
  1) Regime 1 : Decision by a Single Authority = 27
  2) Regime 2 : Formal Bargaining Games = 29
  3) Regime 3 : Informal Bargaining Games = 31
  4) Regime 4 : Recent Proposals That Do Not Depend on Bargaining = 32
Ⅳ. Formal Bankruptcy Proceedings = 35
 Ⅳ-1. Corporate Reorganization = 38
  1) Basic Procedure = 38
  2) Filing = 39
  3) Commencement = 43
  4) Reorganization Plan = 47
  5) Post-confirmation Procedures = 52
  6) Problems and Analysis = 55
 Ⅳ-2. Composition = 59
  1) Basic Procedure = 59
  2) Filing = 60
  3) Commencement = 61
  4) The Condition of Composition = 62
  5) Problems and Analysis = 63
 Ⅳ-3. Bankruptcy = 65
  1) Basic Procedure = 65
  2) Filing = 65
  3) Commencement = 66
  4) Claims and Distribution = 68
  5) Conclusion = 69
  6) Problems and Analysis = 69
 Ⅳ-4. Comparison and Transferability between Proceedings = 70
Ⅴ. Workouts = 72
 Ⅴ-1. Legal Basis for Workouts = 72
 Ⅴ-2. Process of Workout = 73
  1) Selection of Target Firms and Formation of the Council of Creditors = 73
  2) Investigation of Target Firms = 74
  3) Confirmation of Workout Plans = 74
  4) Conclusion of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) = 75
  5) Monitoring = 75
 Ⅴ-3. Scope of Workouts = 76
 Ⅴ-4. Problems and Analysis = 83
Ⅵ. Governance of Debtor Firms and Creditors, Markets for Ailing Firms = 85
 Ⅵ-1. Corporate Governance of Large Firms and Chaebol Problems = 86
 Ⅵ-2. Corporate Governance of Financial Institutions = 92
 Ⅵ-3. Markets for Ailing Firms and Their Assets = 98
 Ⅵ-4. Vulture Funds = 100
Ⅶ. Other Measures Taken by the Government or Creditors = 102
 Ⅶ-1. Rationalization Measures of the 1970s and 1980s = 102
 Ⅶ-2. "Big Deals" of 1998 = 106
 Ⅶ-3. More Discussion on the Role of the Government = 109
Ⅷ. Comparative Analysis of the Bankruptcy Proceedings of Six Asian Countries = 112
 Ⅷ-l. Creditors, Debtors, and the Government = 113
  1) Financial Markets = 113
  2) Corporate Governance = 117
  3) The Government = 121
 Ⅷ-2. Comparative Analysis of the Insolvency Proceedings of the Six Countries = 122
  1) Overview = 122
  2) Unitary versus Plural System = 123
  3) Expediency = 125
  4) Quantum Requirement = 127
  5) Expertise of the Court = 128
  6) Role of Creditors and Managers of Debtor Firms = 130
  7) Civil and Criminal Penalties for Managers of Insolvent Firms = 132
Ⅸ. Progress Made and Challenges Ahead = 135
References = 142

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