Archive | January, 2005

January 2005

Pension Funds Come Out Swinging Several hours before President Bush made Social Security reform the cornerstone of his State of the Union address, California Treasurer Phil Angelides, New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi, North Carolina Treasurer Richard Moore, corporate governance expert Nell Minow, and acting CalPERS President Rob Feckner held a press conference to criticize Governor Schwarzenegger’s […]

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Best Book of 2004

Pay Without Performance Pay Without Performance: The Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation was the best book published in 2004 in the field of corporate governance. Lucian Bebchuk and Jesse Fried focus on one aspect of corporate governance, executive pay, and clearly demonstrate that many features of executive pay are better explained as a result of […]

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Corporate Governance: Law, Theory and Policy

Corporate Governance: Law, Theory, And Policy

Corporate Governance: Law, Theory and Policy, edited by Thomas W. Joo (Carolina Academic Press 2004), this excellent reader on corporate governance presents a cross section of mostly academic perspectives on important current issues, including: the role of the corporation, balancing interests, state and federal law, shareholder litigation, criminal and regulatory law, shareholder voice, board composition, […]

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International Corporate Governance Review 2005

The 3rd edition of Corporate Governance Review brings together the thoughts of industry experts and regulators, making the review the essential reference tool. The Review focuses on major cross-border topics and developing global trends. Contributors include practitioners from the OECD, EBRD, and the IFC. The review also features regional and country-by-country reviews and a detailed […]

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