Handbook on International Corporate Governance: Country Analyses

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Chris A. Mallin
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
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'Throughout the world there is conflict between the desire to reap wealth from strong corporate functioning and the imperative of preserving the integrity of the sovereign state. Christine Mallin has assembled a collection of delightful essays describ
 

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Contents

Corporate governance developments in the UK
3
Recent corporate governance developments in Spain
14
Corporate governance in Germany basic characteristics recent developments and future perspectives
36
Corporate governance in Italy normative developments vs actual practices
59
From Colbert to Messier two decades of corporate governance reforms in France
93
Corporate governance in Norway women and employeeelected board members
121
Corporate governance in central and eastern European countries
147
Corporate governance in Russia does a culture really change?
149
Corporate governance in Malaysia the macro and micro issues
269
Corporate governance in the Americas and Australia
295
Compensation committees and CEO pay
297
The emergence of a serious contender corporate governance in Brazil
317
The development of corporate governance in Australia
330
Corporate governance additional dimensions
353
Comply or explain without consequences the case of Turkey
355
Some reflections on corporate governance in the Middle East and North Africa MENA region
371

Corporate governance in Poland
177
Corporate governance and the structure of ownership of Hungarian corporations
192
Corporate governance in east and south east Asia
221
Chinas corporate governance development
223
Corporate governance in Japan
247
Corporate governance in South Africa
390
Corporate governance developments in India
414
Index
433
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