Fundamentals of Corporate Governance
Thomas Clarke, Marie dela Rama
SAGE Publications, Feb 13, 2008 - Business & Economics - 1512 pages
Fundamentals of Corporate Governance assembles definitive work by leading international scholars in the field of corporate governance from the United States, UK, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The editors provide an illuminating focus on the mechanisms and institutions of corporate governance. Each of the four volumes address a major theme, examine historical and current debates, analyze research findings, and project policy development.
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