II. The Republican Equity Market of the Twentieth Century ... A. Law as Response to Marketplace Power in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries ... B. Corporation Law and the Threat to the Republic ... C. Securities Law, Disclosure, and Bureaucratization … D. Participation
III. Private Equity Markets ... A. Introduction ... B. The Rise of the Private Equity Market and the Relative Decline of the Initial Public Offering Market ... C. Reasons for the Rise of the Private Equity Market and the Decline of the Initial Public Offering Market ... 1. Cost ... 2. Deep, Nonpublic Pools of Capital ... 3. Interest Rate Environment … 4. Modest Capital Requirements of New Businesses ... D. Requiem for the Public Equity Market?
IV. The Contemporary Public Equity Markets ... A. Introduction ... B. Rise of the Institutional Investor ... C. The Shift from Actively Managed to Passively Managed Funds ... D. Possible Consequences of Institutional-Investor Dominance ... E. Guardians
Amy Deen Westbrook and David A. Westbrook,
Unicorns, Guardians, and the Concentration of the U.S. Equity Markets,
96 Neb. L. Rev. 688
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol96/iss3/5