• Business
  • Published 2005

Boards and Corporate Governance in a Typical Country

@inproceedings{Attig2005BoardsAC,
  title={Boards and Corporate Governance in a Typical Country},
  author={Najah Attig and Randall Morck},
  year={2005}
}
The large corporate sectors of the United States and United Kingdom are highly atypical, in that they are composed mainly of freestanding firms without controlling shareholders. Canada is a more typical country in that many of its large corporations are narrowly held and/or members of business groups. Most suggestions for corporate governance reform emerge from debates in the United States and United Kingdom, and so may not be attuned to the realities of other countries. We use Canadian data to… CONTINUE READING

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