Corporate Governance in Russia

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Daniel J. McCarthy, Sheila M. Puffer, Stanislav V. Shekshnia
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 421 pages
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Given the past decade of abuse of shareholder rights, corporate governance is essential for Russia's future.
 

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Contents

A Framework for Analysis
29
An Interview with Sergey Generalov
61
Changes and Challenges in Regulating Corporate Governance
84
Corporate Governance in a Cultural Context
110
Corporate Governance and Business Education
137
The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations in Developing
169
Private Enterprise Owners and Corporate Governance
183
Roles Responsibilities and Independence of Boards
201
Buyouts Corporate Governance Abuses
262
From Startup to the New York Stock Exchange
287
Him Pulp Battles a Hostile Takeover
300
An Unfolding Drama
324
RUSSIA
357
Is There a Village Behind the Facade?
376
Towards a European
394
Index
415

Challenges of Implementing Transparency and International
223
The Impact of Information Technologies on Corporate
243

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