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Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets
Enforcement of Corporate Governance in Asia
The Unfinished Agenda
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  14 Jan 2008
Pages: 121 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264035508 , OECD Code: 262007011P1
Price:   €30 | $42 | £27 | ¥3900 | MXN540 , Standard shipping included!
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Over the past few years, most Asian jurisdictions have substantially revamped their laws, regulations and other corporate governance norms. However, enforcement remains a significant challenge and “an unfinished agenda”.  This publication offers a unique snapshot of how corporate governance is being enforced in Asia.  It provides policy makers, judges, investors, board members and stakeholders with cases studies and analysis that illustrate how regulators deal with enforcement in practice.

Table of contents:

 - Executive Summary
 - Chapter 1. The Merits of Shareholder Collective Actions (Class Actions Suits in Chinese Taipei) by Lawrence S. Liu
 - Chapter 2. Procomp: A Case in Chinese Taipei by Lawrence S. Liu
 - Chapter 3. Ensuring Judicial Infrastructure: Theory and Practice of Specialised Courts by Maarten Kroeze.
 - Chapter 4. Relations Between Regulators and Prosecutors in Korea by Yong Jin-Jung
 - Chapter 5. The Prospects for Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution by Michael Hwang
 - Chapter 6. Implementation and Enforcement of Rules in Singapore and the Case of China Aviation Oil by Yuen Teen Mak, Luh Luh Lan and Azrudi Bin Buang
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