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Asks the question: how can we enhance corporate governance practices in East Asia? To address this question, reviews recent research findings that have greatly enhanced our understanding of corporate governance practices in East Asian jurisdictions. Concludes by examining three areas of reform....
Notes that after a serious recession which is still haunting Japan, board members of Japanese corporations are being forced to restructure their decision‐making processes. The most popular method is the introduction of an officer system. But it is difficult to make this work without a complete...
In its fiduciary role, the board of directors should select a CEO who mirrors the desired ethos of the company. If the board remains cognizant of cultural compatibility as a central criterion in the hiring process, it may engage in strategic oversight without undue interference in the internal...
Inter‐governmental organisations (IGOs) are established and governed, directly or indirectly, by sovereign states. As the number and significance of these organisations has grown, so too has interest in their governance. This article examines two factors that make the governance of IGOs unique:...
Explores the distinctive behaviours and organizational capabilities which enable firms to innovate successfully. Identifies four aspects of innovation which sustain the firm’s abilities to deliver superior customer value. These are: culture and climate; the management of assets and capabilities;...
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