The 15th issue features pieces on state ownership in India, board structure in Vietnam, ESG issues in Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey, and governance of US-Listed Chinese Companies. An interview with Prof. Bernard Black, Nicholas D. Chabraja Professor at Northwestern University School of Law and Kellogg School of Management is highlighted, where he underlines why and how transparency and disclosure matter in the emerging markets.
Publish Date: 5/7/14
Good corporate governance helps firms improve performance, drive growth, manage risks, attract and retain investors, and weather financial crises. To be truly effective, a board requires a diversity of skills, cultures, and views to make smart decisions with lasting impact. A growing body of research shows that a broad set of business benefits is associated with gender diversity on corporate boards.
Publish Date: 4/1/14
Une bonne gouvernance d’entreprise rend les entreprises plus robustes, plus
efficaces et plus responsables. Par la mise en place de bonnes structures et de bonnes pratiques de gouvernance, les entreprises réduisent leurs risques, se protègent d’une mauvaise gestion et sont en mesure d’attirer de nouveaux investissements et capitaux pour financer leur croissance.
Publish Date: 3/11/14
The 14th issue features articles on income diversion in Russia, CEO accountability in China, governance disclosures in Egypt, ownership dynamics in Chile and the influence of governance in Turkey.
Publish Date: 2/24/14
Corporate governance yang baik menjadikan perusahaan lebih baik, efisien dan bertanggung jawab. Dengan meletakkan struktur dan penerapan corporate governance yang baik pada tempatnya perusahaan mengurangi resiko bisnis, menghindari terjadinya kesalahan serta dapat menarik investasi dan modal - memberikan perusahan energi untuk berkembang.
Publish Date: 2/12/14
The 13th issue presents articles on impact of corporate governance on bank capitalization strategies around the world, compensation disclosure in Brazil, impacts of corporate governance on the performance of Singaporean companies and more.
The 12th issue presents the latest research papers, opinions, news and upcoming events. This issue includes an interview with Prof. Colin Mayer that sheds light on how emerging markets can benefit from right governance systems to reduce poverty and fuel economic development.
Sound corporate governance makes companies stronger, more efficient and more accountable. With good corporate governance structures and practices in place, businesses mitigate risk, safeguard against mismanagement and are able to attract investment and capital - giving them the fuel for growth.
Publish Date: 6/19/13
The 11th issue features an interview with Prof. Prabirjit Sarkar, who argues that there is no inherently better legal system, and emerging countries should focus on the efficiency of their legal framework and curb corruption. In accordance with this interview, we feature an article on the modern civil discovery regime of American civil procedure and an empirical study on the links between governance and value in BRIKT countries.
In our 10th issue you will once again find the latest research papers, opinions pieces, news and upcoming events. We interviewed Viral Acharya from NYU Stern School of Business and he commented about political influences on state-owned enterprises. There are articles on the determinants of corporate governance quality in emerging markets, the evolution of corporate governance in Brazil, and the new regulations on mandatory electronic voting at general meetings in Turkey.
Publish Date: 2/7/13