- Title Pages
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- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Comparative Institutional Analysis of Corporate Governance
- 2 The Neglected Benefits of the Corporate Form: Entity Status and the Separation of Asset Ownership from Control
- 3 Governing with Multiple Principals: An Empirically-Based Analysis of Capital Providers' Preferences and Superior Governance Structures
- 4 Corporate Governance in International Joint Ventures: Toward a Theory of Partner Preferences
- 5 Information Intermediaries' Incentives and Corporate Strategy Choices in the US
- 6 Economy, Society, and Worker Representation in Corporate Governance
- 7 Corruption, Fraud, and Corporate Governance: A Report on Enron
- 8 Corporate Governance for Crooks? The Case for Corporate Virtue
- 9 Myopic Opportunism and Joint Production: A Relational Approach to Corporate Governance
- 10 The Benefit of Doubt: Shadow Norms and Governance in Trust-based Organizations
- 11 The Governance of Innovation: The Case of Rolls-Royce plc
- 12 Explaining Western Securities Markets
- 13 Convergence of Corporate Governance during the Stock Market Bubble: Towards Anglo-American or European Standards?
- 14 The Worldwide Diffusion of Codes of Good Governance
- 15 From Colleague to Employee: Determinants of Changing Career Governance Structures in Elite Law Firms
- Corporate Governance and Firm Organization
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