Marcelino Pandin has a rare job – he “fixes” troubled companies for a family-owned conglomerate in Indonesia. In this article, accompanied by a short video, he talks about the unique role that setting a proper governance structure plays in increasing performance of his businesses, and improving relationships between family members. Company Fixer: It Is about […]
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Does Corporate Governance Matter to Economic Development?
James McRitchie, 10/15/2009 ,
The editors of Corporate Governance and Development: Reform, Financial Systems and Legal Frameworks (The Crc Series on Competition, Regulation and Development), Thankom Gopinath Arun and John Turner answer with a resounding yes. As they indicate in their introduction, If finance matters for economic development, then corporate governance must also affect economic development for at least […]