Corporate Governance of Listed Companies in Thailand
This book provides an understanding of corporate governance in the context of Thailand. It explains the background and scope of corporate governance in Thailand before and after the Asian financial crisis, and details the roles of the relevant agencies and the key elements of corporate governance for listed companies. The author reviews the assessments made by both local and international organizations and concludes by looking at the challenges ahead and offering policy recommendations for raising the level of corporate governance in Thailand.
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