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International Corporate Governance After Sarbanes-Oxley

ISBN13: 9780471775928
ISBN: 0471775924
Published: April 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
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This is a detailed examination of the effects of Sarbanes-Oxley on corporate governance globally. Corporate governance remains a topic of keen interest not only for the accounting, financial, and legal sectors, but also for the broader business and investor communities.

This comprehensive guide details the latest developments in worldwide corporate governance following the introduction of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in the United States. This book brings together some of the top experts in this field and discusses the global impact of Sarbanes-Oxley.

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1. The ethics of corporate governance : what would the political philosophers say? ;by Colin Read
2. The politics of symbolism : Sarbanes-Oxley in context ;by Justin O'Brien
3. Governance and performance revisited ;by Oyvind Bohren and Bernt Arne Odegaard ;
4. Corporate governance as a process-oriented approach to socially responsible organizations ;by Marijan Cingula
5. The impact of the new corporate governance code on this Belgian stock market;by Albert Corhay and Andree Dighaye and Pierre-Armand Michel ;
6. Improving the corporate governance of hedge funds ;by Greg N. Gregoriou and William R. Kelting and Robert Christopherson
7. Corporate governance reform in Australia : the intersection of investment fiduciaries and issuers ;by Martin Gold;
8. Corporate social responsibility and fiduciary investment in Australia ;by Paul U. Ali
9. Issuers' liability for financial information as an instrument of corporate governance enforcement; by Clemens Volkl
10. Investing in death/speculating on mortality : some thoughts on life insurance securitization ;by Paul U. Ali;
11. Ownership structure metrics ;by Stefan Prigge and Sven Kehren
12. The effectiveness of shareholders' meetings : an overview of recent developments ;by Gregory F. Maassen and Darrell Brown
13. The market for corporate control and the implications of the takeover directive (2004/25) ;by Blanaid Clarke
14. Board power relations and the impact of the U.K.'s combined code on corporate governance ;by Timothy J. Nichol
15. CEO compensation in Australia's largest companies ;by Geof Stapledon
16. Director's and officers' liability in France ;by Alain-Xavier Briatte and Michael Julian ;
17. Independent directorship systems in greater China ;by Margaret Wang