Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets: Why It Matters to Investors – and What They Can Do About It

published by The Global Corporate Governance Forum, July 15th, 2011.


Private Sector Opinion #22,
by Melsa Ararat and George Dallas. What should investors do when scholarly research on corporate governance in emerging markets does not provide conclusive evidence on which aspects of governance matter most across all the emerging markets and how they affect firm performance? A researcher and a practitioner team up to offer guidelines and recommendations that focus on board independence and business group affiliation.

Foreword by Paul Coombes, Chairman, Centre for Corporate Governance, London Business School.

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