The Wealthy West's Differing Corporate Governance Structures
This chapter examines differences in corporate ownership and governance in developed nations. These differences can be categorized into those affecting ownership, those affecting management, and those affecting employment. The first section contrasts diffuse from block ownership. The second section looks at managerial compensation and labor influence. The last section explores whether a nation's size, development level, and corporate legal institutions account for such differences.
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