5 edition of The Control of Corporate Europe found in the catalog.
December 12, 2002
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Fabrizio Barca (Editor), Marco Becht (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||362|
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Edited by Fabrizio Barca and Marco Becht (). in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: Written by an international team of authors, this book provides the first systematic account of the control of corporate Europe based on voting block data disclosed in accordance with the European Union's Large Holdings Directive (88//EEC).:oxp:obooks "This is a deeply challenging and provocative book, with implications for the study of the The Control of Corporate Europe book of advanced capitalism and democratic politics far wider than just for corporate governance - interesting and important though Culpepper's analyses are of the changing regulatory frameworks of the markets for corporate control in France › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.
Corporate governance research traditionally focused on how American corporations overcame potential pathologies created by the separation of ownership and control. Theorists described an array of mechanisms that oriented managers toward shareholder value, from incentive compensation and vigilant directors to a ‘market for corporate control.’ The holding company and corporate control.
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The concept is more relevant in the case of companies which have germinated or grown based on equity capital taken from :// Keywords: corporate governance, model, control, market, efficiency JEL Classification: G34, O16, M14, M41 INTRODUCTION Corporate governance is defined as the management and control system of an organization, in accordance with the principles and best practices in this field.
At the entity level, it seeks the way The book as a whole provides a functional analysis of corporate (or company) law in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Its organization reflects the structure of corporate law across all jurisdictions, while individual chapters explore the diversity of jurisdictional approaches to the common problems of corporate law.
In its second edition, the Corporate Europe Observatory is recognised by the Dutch tax office as a charitable institution (ANBI) under fiscal number Legal and fiscal information can be found here.
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