The Corporate Governance of Banks

  title={The Corporate Governance of Banks},
  author={Jonathan R. Macey and Maureen O’Hara},
ew public policy issues have moved from the wings to center stage as quickly and decisively as corporate governance.1 Virtually every major industrialized country as well as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the World Bank has made efforts in recent years to refine their views on how large industrial corporations should be organized and governed. Academics in both law and economics have also been intensely focused on corporate governance.2 Oddly enough, despite the… CONTINUE READING
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