Responding to the Global Financial Crisis Corporate Governance Emerging Issues and Lessons from East Asia

@inproceedings{Prowse1998RespondingTT,
  title={Responding to the Global Financial Crisis Corporate Governance Emerging Issues and Lessons from East Asia},
  author={Stephen Prowse},
  year={1998}
}
Foreword he East Asian crisis has underscored the importance of strong domestic policies and institutions in enabling countries to integrate successfully into the global financial community. From the crisis, a debate has emerged on the structural policy reforms needed at both the national and international levels to restore financial stability and to avert and mitigate future crises. These reforms include strengthening financial sectors, establishing a sound business environment and adopting… CONTINUE READING

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