Corporate governance challenges accompanying the privatisation of public education in Qatar

@inproceedings{Althani2010CorporateGC,
  title={Corporate governance challenges accompanying the privatisation of public education in Qatar},
  author={Aisha Faleh Althani},
  year={2010}
}
Research on corporate governance in different institutional and national contexts is important because of the peculiarity of differing institutional environments, and the extent to which governance models are transferred or copied from one environment to another. Thus, research in each area enriches our understanding of corporate governance in general. Despite the fact that governments globally have placed privatisation at the top of the policy agenda in recent years, there are some sectors… CONTINUE READING

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