Corporate Governance in Less Developed and Emerging Economies
Corporate governance reform has become an important global policy agenda driven by events such as the 1997 Asian financial crisis, corporate scandals (such as Enron and WorldCom) and the globalisation of capital markets. This book advances debate on corporate governance, accountability and transparency in less developed and emerging economies.
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A ReExamination of Agency Theory Predictions
Chapter 5 A Study of Corporate Governance Disclosure and Its CountryLevel Determinants in the Emerging Markets
The Experience of Emerging Market Economies
Evidence from China
Chapter 10 Changing Regimes of Governance in a Less Developed Country
The Case of Rural Banks in Ghana
Perspectives from Southern Africa
Chapter 13 Corporate Governance in Infancy and Growth An InterviewBased Study of the Development of Governance and Corporate Regulation i...
The Role of Management Accounting and Costing Systems in a Transitional Public Health Organization
The Views of Corporate Practitioners
The Case of Developing Countries
A UserS Oriented Model
Chapter 8 The Influence of Ownership Structures and Board Practices on Corporate Social Disclosures in Bangladesh
Is Legitimacy Theory at Work?
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