Volume 1 - 2003 Issue 1

Corporate Ownership and Control

Contents

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THE CIVIL ECONOMY

Stephen Davis

DOI:10.22495/cocv1i1p1

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CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY - AN IMPACT ON COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS

Shann Turnbull

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IS RUSSIA RESTRUCTURING?

Harry G. Broadman, Francesca Recanatini

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MINORITY SHAREHOLDERS IN TURKEY

B. Burcin Yurtoglu

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CORPORATE OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL: NEW EVIDENCE FROM TAIWAN

Yin-Hua Yeh

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BOARD PRACTICES: AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW

Alexander Kostyuk

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THE ELITE AND THEIR BOARDS OF DIRECTORS

Géraldine Carminatti-Marchand, Mathieu Paquerot

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CORPORATE BOARDS AND INCENTIVES: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE UK IN 1935

Marianne Pitts, Graham V. Sadler & Martin J. Conyon

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THE UNITARY BOARD: FACT OR FICTION?

Alice Belcher

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND SAKEHOLDERMANAGEMENT: THE ING-CASE

Rienk Goodijk

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LARGE SHAREHOLDERS AND MARKET DISCIPLINE IN A REGULATED INDUSTRY: A CLINICAL STUDY OF MELLON BANK

Joseph G. Haubrich, James B. Thomson

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