5 edition of Corporate governance in transition economies found in the catalog.
Corporate governance in transition economies
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert W. McGee, editor.|
|Contributions||McGee, Robert W.|
|LC Classifications||HD2741 .C7759 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 430 p. :|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||2008939017|
Corporate Governance in Transition and Developing Economies: A Case Study of South Africa corporate governance, transition economy, developing economy, ROSC, shareholders, transparency Robert W., Corporate Governance in Transition and Developing Economies: A Case Study of South Africa (Aug ). Available at SSRN: https Cited by: Corporate Governance in Transition Economies: The Theory and Its Policy Implications Erik Berglöf link This book presents the results of a research project on corporate governance issues in transitional economies from a new perspective based on comparative institutional analysis. The project grew out of a concern about three.
Gray reviews the goals of privatization and evaluates various methods used to achieve them in different transition settings. The task is not only to change ownership but to create good corporate governance and to further the development of legal norms and supporting institutions needed in . Although corporate governance has been a central issue in developed economies for some time, many findings from developed countries are not applicable in transition economies. Patterns of corporate governance and control differ significantly across countries because of national differences in the structure of ownership and the composition of.
The Essential Book of Corporate Governance has an extraordinary sweep of history, philosophy, pedagogy, and simple applied common sense if this book is interwoven into the fabric of governance, a new dawn will emerge, taking India to the very top of the world in terms of quality of governance. This book analyzes and assesses corporate restructuring and governance in transition countries focusing on the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Russia. Using original material and publications in local languages, the book addresses the core issues for these countries in transformation into competitive market economies. show more.
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The present volume focuses attention on the current state of corporate governance in transition economies and the recent changes that have taken place in this area. It is divided into three parts. Part 1 examines selected issues in corporate governance.
Part 2. "Corporate Governance in Transition Economies" will appeal to a wide segment of the academic market including accounting and finance professors and students because the main theme of the book deals with accounting and financial system reform.
Economists in the subfields of transition economics and. Corporate governance has become an important topic in transition economies in recent years. Directors, owners and corporate managers have started to realize that there are benefits that can accrue from having a good corporate governance by: Corporate Governance in Transition Economies Azerbaijan Country Report May Prepared by: Gian Piero Cigna Yaryna Kobel Alina Sigheartau In Azerbaijan, the corporate governance framework is mainly included in the Civil Code, the Law on Banks the Law on Insurance Activity, the Law on Accounting, and the Law on Internal Audit.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Corporate governance in transition economies / Robert W.
McGee --Rights of shareholders / Robert W. McGee --Equitable treatment of shareholders / Robert W. McGee --The role of stakeholders in corporate governance / Robert W. McGee --Disclosure and transparency / Robert W.
Part I Selected Issues in Corporate Governance. 1 Corporate Governance in Transition Economies Robert W. McGee 3. 2 Rights of Shareholders Robert W. McGee 3 Equitable Treatment of Shareholders Robert W.
McGee 4 The Role of Stakeholders in Corporate Governance Robert W. McGee 5 Disclosure and Transparency Robert W. McGee 41Price: $ Mature market economies have thrived on very diverse systems of corporate governance. Transition economies in Central and Eastern Europe have entered the market economy with a special historical Author: Klaus E.
Meyer. Corporate governance in transition economies: the theory and its policy implications (English) Abstract. This is the third chapter of the book, "Corporate Governance in Transitional Economies: Insider Control and the Role of Banks" (report no.
).Cited by: Get this from a library. Corporate restructuring and governance in transition economies. [Bruno Dallago; Ichiro Iwasaki;] -- "This book aims to analyze and assess enterprise restructuring and corporate governance reforms.
These are core issues for the Central and East European countries, including the Czech Republic. Corporate Governance in Developing Economies: Country Studies of Africa, Asia and Latin America is the sixth in a series to examine accounting and financial system reform in transition and developing economies.
It is divided into three parts. Part 1 examines selected issues in corporate : Robert W. McGee. The experiences of economic transition and all too frequent financial crises in developing and emerging market economies have confirmed that a weak institutional framework for corporate governance is incompatible with sustainable financial market development.
Good corporate governance helps toFile Size: KB. This book is not a stand-alone. It is the sixth book in the Springer assortment on transition and creating economies. The other 5 volumes in the gathering dealt with financial reporting and tax factors or company governance factors in transition economies.
Corporate Governance in Developing Economies: Country Studies of Africa, Asia and Latin America is the sixth in a series to examine accounting and financial system reform in transition and developing economies.
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Is corporate control in Russia and Poland shaped by the initial privatisation methods. What is the impact of the government. What is the role played by industrial networks and cross-ownership?Author: Tomasz Marek Mickiewicz. addition, Corporate Governance Standards for Banks and regulations of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan on the external and internal audit and on risk management set out a number of corporate governance requirements which the banks must adhere to.
The Azerbaijan Corporate Governance Standards were adopted in Inthe Ministry of Economy. 18 Corporate Governance in Developing and Transition Economies CHAPTER OUTLINE Introduction Problems Faced by Developing and Transitional Economies Defining Corporate Governance Corporate Governance Models The Institutional Framework for Effective Corporate - Selection from Corporate Governance: Principles, Policies and Practices, 2nd Edition [Book].
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Using original material and publications in local languages, the book addresses the core issues for these countries.
17 Corporate Governance in Transition Economies. Mike Wright, Trevor Buck and Igor Filatotchev. Introduction Corporate governance and differing privatisation approaches in transition economies Corporate governance in transition economies Post-privatisation governance Studies of the effects of different ownership and File Size: 2MB.
Corporate Governance (CG) has gained a lot of importance and momentum the world over. It has become a buzzword in the world corporate sector. It has emerged as a means of achieving corporate excellence and a driving force for firm to accomplishing better performance, maximize the stakeholders’ wealth and corporate by: 2.
This book proposes a dynamic theory of corporate governance which applies to transition economies — particularly, China — committed to a process of gradualism in legal and institutional reforms, as opposed to “big bang”-type reforms favoured by other commentators which have had mixed-to-poor results in Central and Eastern Europe.In designing corporate governance structures, economists should identify the specific conditions under which each model of corporate control (or combination of models) can work, the availability of these conditions in the transitional economies, and the most efficient way of achieving these conditions.CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING, EMERGING AND TRANSITION ECONOMIES Establishing any one of institutions enumerated above is a necessary and challenging undertaking without which democratic markets and corporate governance cannot - Selection from Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, Second Edition [Book].