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The Resource Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy, edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Bruce Kogut

Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy, edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Bruce Kogut

Label
Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy
Title
Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy
Statement of responsibility
edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Bruce Kogut
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
658.4/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD2741
LC item number
.C77482 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1960-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Cornelius, Peter
  • Kogut, Bruce Mitchel
Series statement
Global outlook series
Series volume
1
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Corporate governance
  • International business enterprises
  • Capital movements
Label
Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy, edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Bruce Kogut
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Bruce Kogut
  • PART I. CURRENT AND EMERGING CHALLENGES IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
  • Enron and its aftermath:
  • What caused Enron?: a capsule of social and economic history of the 1990s
  • John C. Coffee, Jr.
  • Shareholder value, corporate governance, and corporate performance: a post-Enron reassessment of the conventional wisdom
  • Margaret M. Blair
  • Bubble and the media
  • Alexander Dyck,
  • Luigi Zingales
  • Foreword
  • Expanding the purview of governance: employees and early investors:
  • Employees and corporate governance
  • Mary O'Sullivan
  • Venture capital and corporate governance
  • Franklin Allen,
  • Wei-ling Song
  • PART II. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND CROSS-BORDER CAPITAL FLOWS
  • Capital flows and multinational corporations:
  • Prospects for emerging-market flows amid investor concerns about corporate governance
  • Helmut Reisen
  • Patrick T. Harker,
  • Direct investment and corporate governance: will multinational corporations "tip" countries toward institutional change?
  • Bruce Kogut,
  • J. Muir Macpherson
  • Corporate risk assessment and business strategy: a prime task for senior management
  • Withold J. Henisz,
  • Jonathan Story
  • Role of foreign banks in governance:
  • Foreign bank ownership and corporate governance in emerging-market economies
  • Peter K. Cornelius
  • Emerging owners, eclipsing markets?: corporate governance in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Gabriel Hawawini
  • Erik Berglöf,
  • Anete Pajuste
  • Law and governance:
  • Corporate governance and private capital flows to Latin America
  • Alberto Chong [and others]
  • Institutions, corporate governance, and crises
  • Daron Acemoglu,
  • Simon Johnson
  • Of legal transplants, legal irritants, and economic development
  • Katherine Pistor,
  • Foreword
  • Daniel Berkowitz
  • PART III. INVESTORS' AND PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES
  • Governance seen by the minority shareholder:
  • Portfolio investment in emerging markets: an investor's perspective
  • Michael J. Johnston
  • Corporate governance, public policy, and private investment decisions, 2003
  • William Dale Crist
  • Corporate governance: responsibilities of fund managers and institutional investors
  • Mark Mobius
  • Corporate governance and private equity investments
  • Klaus Schwab
  • Max Burger-Calderon [and others]
  • Corporate governance in transition: China, Russia, and Poland:
  • Corporate governance in mainland China: where do we go grom here?
  • Anthony Neoh
  • Governance in an emerging financial market: the case of Russia
  • Igor Kostikov
  • Governance in an emerging financial market: the case of Poland
  • Wieslaw Rozlucki
  • Social corporate responsibility and the new learning:
  • Corporate values, enterpirse risk, and the board
  • Introduction:
  • Michael J. Phillips
  • Redefining the role and content of corporate governance from the perspective of business in society and corporate social responsibility
  • Lutgart van den Berghe, in collaboration with
  • Steven Carchon
  • Corporate governance reform: learning from our mistakes
  • Ira M. Millstein,
  • Holly J. Gregory
  • Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy
  • Peter K. Cornelius,
Control code
51817204
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xviii, 506 pages
Isbn
9780195161717
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003040590
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy, edited by Peter K. Cornelius and Bruce Kogut
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Bruce Kogut
  • PART I. CURRENT AND EMERGING CHALLENGES IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
  • Enron and its aftermath:
  • What caused Enron?: a capsule of social and economic history of the 1990s
  • John C. Coffee, Jr.
  • Shareholder value, corporate governance, and corporate performance: a post-Enron reassessment of the conventional wisdom
  • Margaret M. Blair
  • Bubble and the media
  • Alexander Dyck,
  • Luigi Zingales
  • Foreword
  • Expanding the purview of governance: employees and early investors:
  • Employees and corporate governance
  • Mary O'Sullivan
  • Venture capital and corporate governance
  • Franklin Allen,
  • Wei-ling Song
  • PART II. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND CROSS-BORDER CAPITAL FLOWS
  • Capital flows and multinational corporations:
  • Prospects for emerging-market flows amid investor concerns about corporate governance
  • Helmut Reisen
  • Patrick T. Harker,
  • Direct investment and corporate governance: will multinational corporations "tip" countries toward institutional change?
  • Bruce Kogut,
  • J. Muir Macpherson
  • Corporate risk assessment and business strategy: a prime task for senior management
  • Withold J. Henisz,
  • Jonathan Story
  • Role of foreign banks in governance:
  • Foreign bank ownership and corporate governance in emerging-market economies
  • Peter K. Cornelius
  • Emerging owners, eclipsing markets?: corporate governance in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Gabriel Hawawini
  • Erik Berglöf,
  • Anete Pajuste
  • Law and governance:
  • Corporate governance and private capital flows to Latin America
  • Alberto Chong [and others]
  • Institutions, corporate governance, and crises
  • Daron Acemoglu,
  • Simon Johnson
  • Of legal transplants, legal irritants, and economic development
  • Katherine Pistor,
  • Foreword
  • Daniel Berkowitz
  • PART III. INVESTORS' AND PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES
  • Governance seen by the minority shareholder:
  • Portfolio investment in emerging markets: an investor's perspective
  • Michael J. Johnston
  • Corporate governance, public policy, and private investment decisions, 2003
  • William Dale Crist
  • Corporate governance: responsibilities of fund managers and institutional investors
  • Mark Mobius
  • Corporate governance and private equity investments
  • Klaus Schwab
  • Max Burger-Calderon [and others]
  • Corporate governance in transition: China, Russia, and Poland:
  • Corporate governance in mainland China: where do we go grom here?
  • Anthony Neoh
  • Governance in an emerging financial market: the case of Russia
  • Igor Kostikov
  • Governance in an emerging financial market: the case of Poland
  • Wieslaw Rozlucki
  • Social corporate responsibility and the new learning:
  • Corporate values, enterpirse risk, and the board
  • Introduction:
  • Michael J. Phillips
  • Redefining the role and content of corporate governance from the perspective of business in society and corporate social responsibility
  • Lutgart van den Berghe, in collaboration with
  • Steven Carchon
  • Corporate governance reform: learning from our mistakes
  • Ira M. Millstein,
  • Holly J. Gregory
  • Corporate governance and capital flows in a global economy
  • Peter K. Cornelius,
Control code
51817204
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xviii, 506 pages
Isbn
9780195161717
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003040590
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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