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International corporate governance

Introduction: This page is the main page for information about international corporate governance. Different countries have different legal systems and different traditions for interpreting and enforcing legislation of relevance for corporate governance. Furthermore, both legislation and traditions change as time passes. The tables that are listed below tries to characterize these legislative systems for ten areas of relevance in corporate governance and for various countries, regions as they looked from 1980 to 1995.


Contents

  1. Table - Decision system: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm decision system in various countries as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark. 

  2. Table - Performance monitoring: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm performance monitoring in various countries as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark. 

  3. Table - Incentive based compensation: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm incentive based compensation system in various countries as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  4. Table - Bankruptcy system: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm bankruptcy system in various countries as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  5. Table - Ownership structure: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm ownership structure in various countries as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  6. Table - Creditor structure: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm creditor structure as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  7. Table - Capital structure: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm capital structure as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  8. Table - Market for corporate control: International corporate governance - Tentative characterization of legal and empirical state of large firm markets for corporate control as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  9. Table - Market for management services: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm markets for management services as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

  10. Table - Product market competition: International corporate governance - Tentative characterizations of legal and empirical state of large firm product market competition as of 1980-95: 1) Developing countries. 2) Germany. 3) Japan. 4) Anglo-American countries. 5) Denmark.

 
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