Corporate governance at the crossroads: a book of readings

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Behind today’s startling global spate of corporate scandals lies an even more alarming breakdown in corporategovernance. Corporate Governance at the Crossroads features 40 articles by leading scholars and practitionersthat examine the role of directors, controversial compensation plans, accounting and reporting issues, andmore. Roundtable discussions highlight recent realities and concerns, along with possible solutions.

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PERSPECTIVES
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THE MODERN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION EXIT AND THE FAILURE OF INTERNAL
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Donald H. Chew (New York, NY) is a founding partner of Stern Stewart Management Company.

Stuart L. Gillian is aresearch economist with the TIAA-CREF Institute.