The Diversity of Corporate Governance Models. Overview at the Country Level
AbstractThis paper concentrates on the key features of corporate governance models; first, it highlights the correlation between corporate governance and the economic welfare; secondly it sets forth the characteristics of the models at the country level. The focus is placed on the correlations between the key elements that are intrinsic to the governance evolution in time.
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corporate governance; system; conflict of interest; one tier model;
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