Some Implications of Voucher Privatisation for Corporate Governance: A Business Ethics Perspective
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This paper is based on an empirical analysis of corporate governance in the Czech Republic (its model, its structures and the functioning of boards) . Simultaneously, an effort is made to add a business/economic ethics perspective to this analytical view. The approach to ethics is primarily institutional: it refers less to actions than to institutions as sets of formal and informal rules.
KeywordsCorporate Governance Mutual Fund Supervisory Board Ownership Concentration Investment Company
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