Comparative Corporate Governance: Essays and Materials

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Klaus J. Hopt, E. Wymeersch
Walter de Gruyter, 1997 - Law - 354 pages
Corporate governance has become an important issue in all industrial economies. This text has grown out of a conference entitled Comparative Corporate Governance, An International Conference, United States - Japan - Western Europe which considered the subject.
 

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Contents

The Functioning of the German TwoTier Board System in the Real World
8
PresentDay Debate concerning Reform of the German Aufsichtsrat
15
The Cadbury Report Two Years Later
21
Institutional Investors as Corporate Monitors in the
47
Holding Companies in Belgium
67
A Note on the Typology of Financial Systems
151
Path Dependence Political Options and Governance Systems
165
Trends in Japanese Corporate Governance
185
Audit Committees
M-15
The Role and Duties of Directors A Statement of Best Practice
M-28
II
M-49
Statement of Governance Principles California Public Employee
M-63
Canada
M-81
Le Conseil dAdministration des Societes Cotees
M-91
La modernisation du droit des societes
M-113
The Netherlands
M-133

United Kingdom
M-1
Statement of Directors Responsibility for Preparing the Accounts
M-13

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