Works on corporation law for other jurisdications will be shelved within the textbooks for that country: Australia, Canada, USA, NZ on level 2 in the KM/KN collection (for more details see central box); countries of Europe & the EU on level 3; remaining jurisdictions, level 1.
Comparative studies and surveys of corporation laws will be in the General section, on level 2.
The current collection of textbooks for all the jurisdictions of the British Isles are on Floor 2.
They have been classified according to the Moys system. This is a breakdown of the principal Moys shelf marks for this topic.
KN255 Corporate governance (general works)
KN260 Business associations
KN261 Company/Corporation Law
KN261.2 Company accounts
KN261.5 Companies inspection and investigation
KN262.1 Mergers, takeovers
KN264 Directors & other officers
KN265 Special kinds of companies (eg private/family etc)
KN266 Competition law
KN304 Investments, capital markets, securities
Moys divides law into public law or private law, so if you are interested in researching Corporate Criminal Liability you need to go to KM540.4
Australia, Canada, Ireland, NZ, and United States of America monographs are also included in the KM/KN collection on Level 2. The third line of the shelf mark identifies when the books have moved from focusing on the law of England and Wales with the following codes, respectively A8, C1, I5, N4, and U4
As this is a taught subject a few titles will in the Reserve Collection - but the majority will be in the open shelf collection
Searches in the Oxford Collections section of SOLO will find ebooks as well (where available) but holders of an Oxford SSO are advised to separately log in and check the practitioners' texts held in Westlaw Books & Lexislibrary.
Subject search terms to try in SOLO
Consolidation and merger of corporations
Business failures - law and legislation
Small business investment companies
Look out for the words Law Reserve Collection in the results in SOLO - the most heavily used Reading List titles are not on open shelves - for this location go to the enquiry desk in the Reading Room.