Corporate Governance After 20 Years In Slovenia
The implementation of corporate governance in the Republic of Slovenia is particularly important due to the transformation of the equity ownership company system and, consequently, corporate governance, which has been evolving since Slovenia's independence 20 years ago. The implementation of EU directives and regulations brings about positive legal effects in corporate governance following 2004. Positive assessments are provided of the development of Slovenian codes of corporate governance. However, studies, findings and analyzes show some negative phenomena, which should be overpassed in the search of effective corporate governance model in the future. Some tools and methods (disclosure and transparency, autoevaluation, legal actions, etc.) are scrutinized to introduce the improvements and enable better results of corporate governance in Slovenia.
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- Aleksandra Gregoric & Cristina Vespro, 2009. "Block trades and the benefits of control in Slovenia," The Economics of Transition, The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, vol. 17(1), pages 175-210, 01.
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