By J Jay Choi and Sandra Dow

Includes papers analyzing matters about the results of nationwide and overseas institutional elements on company governance and function. This quantity makes a speciality of the relevance of nationwide enterprise platforms along business and institutional infrastructure to evaluate the efficacy of company governance regimes.

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