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Corporate Governance has changed and developed a good deal in recent years. Thomas Clarke's International Corporate Governance: A Comparative Approach offers a comprehensive guide to understanding corporate governance as a discipline, and does so with a style and panache that can be lacking in many competitor texts.
While the popular structure has been retained, significant changes have been made to take account of the implications of the global financial crisis, the relevance of the post-GFC new regulatory order and corporate governance in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Africa.
In this cutting edge new edition, Clarke extends an already excellent range of case studies to include Lehman Brothers, AIG, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS, as well as updating classic case studies in light of recent events.
New textbook features include student questions to assist with assessments, as well as a new and impressive companion website. Already a popular textbook, this new edition of International Corporate Governance will prove essential reading for all students of corporate governance, whether advanced undergraduate, masters or executive.