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Introduction: Special issue: corporate governance: what do we know and what is different about banks?

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  • Hamid Mehran

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This special volume of the Economic Policy Review is designed to foster a better understanding of corporate governance - particularly as it applies to banking firms - among regulators, investors, researchers, and the interested public. The contributors to the volume, specialists in governance, analyze the topic from many perspectives, including law, financial accounting, and financial economics. As they summarize and synthesize a vast literature on vital governance issues, the authors present a framework for understanding corporate governance and identify key areas of future research.

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  • Hamid Mehran, 2003. "Introduction: Special issue: corporate governance: what do we know and what is different about banks?," Economic Policy Review, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, issue Apr, pages 1-3.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fednep:y:2003:i:apr:p:1-3:n:v.9no.1
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    Corporate governance ; Bank management;

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