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Corporate Governance and Globalization

Three Volume Set
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© 2007 | 1 376 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Compiled by a leading authority on Corporate Governance, this three volume set covers the major controversies in the field.

Coherently presenting the arguments through bench mark articles and cutting edge papers, this collection is the first of its kind to draw together the work of leading academic writers. It launches a critical inter-disciplinary theoretical and policy investigation into the dimensions and significance of the globalization of corporate governance. Topics covered include:

Volume One: Ownership and Control:

Internationalisation of Corporate Governance; Multinational companies Governance; Competeing Models of Governance; Complex Governance Systems.

Volume Two: Development and Regulation: The Impact on Developing Economies; The Influence of Foreign Investments; Implementing Governance Reforms; Privatisation in Transitional Economies.

Volume Three: Convergence and Diversity: Convergence of Governance; Shareholdee Value and Institutional Investors; Cultural Diversity of Governance Institutions

Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability.

 
VOLUME ONE: OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL
 
PART ONE: INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Arthur R Pinto
Globalization and the Study of Comparative Corporate Governance
Klaus Gugler, Dennis C Mueller and B Burcin Yurtoglu
Corporate Governance and Globalization
Ron Dore
The Globalization of Corporate Governance
External and Internal Mechanisms of Control  
Rafael La Porta, Florencio Lopez-De-Silanes and Andrei Shleifer
Corporate Ownership around the World
 
PART TWO: MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES GOVERNANCE
Hans H Hinterhuber et al
Corporate Governance in Multinational Companies
Louis W Pauly and Simon Reich
National Structures and Multinational Corporate Behaviour
Enduring Differences in the Age of Globalization  
David Levy and Aseem Prakash
Bargains Old and New
Multinational Corporations in Global Governance  
Bongjin Kim, John E Prescott and Sung Min Kim
Differentiated Governance of Foreign Subsidiaries in Transnational Corporations
An Agency Theory Perspective  
 
PART THREE: COMPETING MODELS OF GOVERNANCE
Gustavo Visentini
Compatibility and Competition between European and American Corporate Governance
Which Model of Capitalism?  
Alexander Fliaster and Rainer Marr
Change of the Insider-Oriented Corporate Governance in Japan and Germany
Between Americanization and Tradition  
Masaru Yoshimoro
Does Corporate Governance Matter? Why the Corporate Performance of Toyota and Canon Is Superior to GM and Xerox
Christel Lane
Globalization and the German Model of Capitalism - Erosion or Survival?
 
PART FOUR: COMPLEX GOVERNANCE SYSTEMS
William W Bratton and Joseph A McCahery
Comparative Corporate Governance and the Theory of the Firm
The Case against Global Cross Reference  
John C Coffee Jr
Convergence and Its Critics
What Are the Preconditions to the Separation of Ownership and Control?  
 
VOLUME TWO: DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION
 
PART ONE: THE IMPACT ON DEVELOPING ECONOMIES
Stijn Claessens
Corporate Governance and Development, Global Corporate Governance Forum
Charles Oman, Steven Fries and Willem Buiter
Corporate Governance in Developing, Transition and Emerging-Market Economies
Susanne Soederberg
The Promotion of Anglo-American Corporate Governance in the South
Who Benefits from the New Institutional Standard?  
Gordon Redding
The Conditional Relevance of Corporate Governancec Advice in the Context of Asia Business Systems
Joseph E Stiglitz
Globalization, Technology and Asian Development
 
PART TWO: THE INFLUENCE OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT
Enrique Rueda-Sabater
Corporate Governance and the Bargaining Power of Developing Countries to Attract Foreign Investment
Douglas H Brooks and Hal Hill
Divergent Asian Views on Foreign Direct Investment and Its Governance
Gary Gereffi, John Humphrey and Timothy Sturgeon
The Governance of Global Value Chains
Joel S Hellman, Geraint Jones and Daniel Kaufmann
Far from Home? Do Foreign Investors Import Higher Standards of Governance in Transition Economies?
Thankom G Arun and John D Turner
Corporate Governance of Banks in Developing Economies
Concepts and Issues  
 
PART THREE: IMPLEMENTING GOVERNANCE REFORMS
Darryl Reed
Corporate Governance Reforms in Developing Countries
Kwame S Jomo
Reforming East Asia for Sustainable Development
Merilee S Grindle
Good Enough Governance
Poverty Reduction and Reform in Developing Countries  
Carla Millar, Tarek Eldomiaty and Brian Hilton
Corporate Governance and Institutional Transparency in Emerging Markets
 
PART FOUR: PRIVATIZATION IN TRANSITIONAL ECONOMIES
Thomas Clarke
Privatizing the World?
Alexander Dyck
Privatization and Corporate Governance
Principles, Evidence and Future Challenges  
Wladimir Andreff
Privatization and Corporate Governance in Transition Countries
Quantitative Success and Qualitative Failure  
 
VOLUME THREE: CONVERGENCE AND DIVERSITY
 
PART ONE: CONVERGENCE OF GOVERNANCE
Stilpon Nestor and John K Thompson
Corporate Governance Patterns in OECD Economies
Is Convergence under Way?  
Mary O'Sullivan
The Political Economy of Comparative Corporate Governance
 
PART TWO: SHAREHOLDER VALUE AND INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS
Phil Almond, Tony Edwards and Ian Clark
Multinationals and Changing National Business Systems in Europe
Towards the 'Shareholder Value' Model?  
Ismail Erturk et al
Corporate Governance and Disappointment
Stuart L Gilliam and Laura T Starks
Corporate Governance, Corporate Ownership and the Role of Institutional Investors
A Global Perspective  
Laszlo Tihanyi et al
Institutional Ownership Differences and International Diversification
The Effects of Boards of Directors and Technological Opportunity  
 
PART THREE: CULTURAL DIVERSITY OF GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS
Amir N Licht
The Mother of All Path-Dependencies
Towards a Cross-Cultural Theory of Corporate Governance Systems  
Ruth V Aguilera and Gregory Jackson
The Cross-National Diversity of Corporate Governance
Dimensions and Determinants  
Geert Hofstede
Business Goals and Corporate Governance
David Kimber and Phillip Lipton
Corporate Governance and Business Ethics in the Asia-Pacific Region
 
PART FOUR: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
G J Deon Rossouw
Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
A Survey  
UNCTAD
Disclosure of the Impact of Corporations on Society
Current Trends and Issues  
Kanji Tanimoto
Changes in the Market Society and Corporate Social Responsibility
Georg Kell
The Global Compact
Selected Experiences and Reflections  
Grahame F Thompson
Global Corporate Citizenship
What Does It Mean?  
Rhys Jenkins
Globalization, Corporate Social Responsibility and Poverty
Jem Bendell
In Whose Name? The Accountability of Corporate Social Responsibility

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ISBN: 9781412928991
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