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Corporate Governance In Asia: A Comparative Perspective by OECD

By OECD

Bad company governance used to be pointed out as one of many root reasons of the new Asian monetary quandary. The absence of powerful disciplines on company managers, coupled with complex and opaque relationships among firms, their vendors ...

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It is worth noting that some activist mutual funds have emerged. In summary, banks in the insider systems are increasingly taking on many characteristics of the market-based outsider system. Meanwhile, the outsider system is evolving considerably, as a 31 significant share of the investor community has moved a considerable distance from the traditional “arm's length” relationship in favour of more diverse ways of “relationship investing” and more active interaction with corporate management. The state In the post World War II years, the state assumed an important role in the economy of most OECD Member states as a regulator and (with the exception of the US) as an important owner of productive assets in the economy.

In terms of both productive efficiency and 29 profitability. This is largely the result of vast improvements in corporate governance. In terms of financial objectives, such as fostering the development or further expansion of equity markets, privatisation has also been a great success. Countries like Italy, Spain and Portugal have seen the capitalisation of their stock markets more than quadruple as a result of privatisation in recent years. 32 Hence, privatisation has created the conditions for a profound change in the terms which shape the corporate governance environment.

Meanwhile, the outsider system is evolving considerably, as a 31 significant share of the investor community has moved a considerable distance from the traditional “arm's length” relationship in favour of more diverse ways of “relationship investing” and more active interaction with corporate management. The state In the post World War II years, the state assumed an important role in the economy of most OECD Member states as a regulator and (with the exception of the US) as an important owner of productive assets in the economy.

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