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The decade since the publication of the Cadbury Report in1992 has seen growing interest in corporate governance. This growth has recently become an explosion with major corporate scandals such as WorldCom and Enron in the US, the international diffusion of corporate governance codes and wider interest in researching corporate governance in different institutional contexts and through different subject lenses. In view of these developments, this book will be a rigorous update and development of the editor’s earlier work, Corporate Governance: Economic, Management and Financial Issues . Each chapter, written by an expert in the subject offers a high level review of the topic, embracing material from financial accounting, strategy and economic perspectives.
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Kevin Keasey, FRSA is Professor of Financial Services, Director of the International Institute of Banking and Financial Services (IIBFS) and Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Finance at Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds.
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