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Corporate governance is on the reform agenda all over the world. Is the Anglo-American model of shareholder capitalism destined to become the global corporate governance standard or will important differences persist? Well-known scholars address this question with sophisticated political economy analysis geared to the legal frameworks. The Enron scandal has stirred up an urgent round of corporate governance questioning. Will it stop a convergence that was in the works? This volume offers interesting insights into this question.
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Jeffrey D. "J.D." Gordon is an American communications and foreign policy advisor, who served as a Pentagon spokesman from 2005–2009. Gordon is a retired United States Navy officer who has served as a top advisor to several top Republican political figures and numerous conservative Washington, DC-based think tanks as a Senior Fellow on national security, foreign policy and communications issues.
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