Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance
Corporate governance is on the reform agenda all over the world. How will global economic integration affect the different systems of corporate ownership and governance? Is the Anglo-American model of shareholder capitalism destined to become the template for a converging global corporate governance standard or will the differences persist? This reader contains classic work from leading scholars addressing this question as well as several new essays. In a sophisticated political economy analysis that is also attuned to the legal framework, the authors bring to bear efficiency arguments, politics, institutional economics, international relations, industrial organization, and property rights. These questions have become even more important in light of the post-Enron corporate governance crisis in the United States and the European Union's repeated efforts at corporate integration. This will become a key text for postgraduates and academics.
Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics | Business Organizations Law | Law
Cambridge University Press
"Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance is impressive in its theoretical and jurisdictional breadth. … a valuable and high quality snapshot of contemporary corporate governance debate. While recognising economic forces driving convergence, the book provides sophisticated analysis of other constraining forces within a broader regulatory ecosystem. This analysis supports continued diversity in comparative corporate governance."
—Sydney Law Review
Gordon, Jeffrey N. and Roe, Mark J., "Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance" (2004). Faculty Books. 67.