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Poor corporate governance, undisciplined market and cronyism in the 1997 Asian crisis
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 2001-03)
Corporate governance refers to the rules of the game that enables stakeholders to exercise appropriate oversight of a company to maximize its value and profits. Both financial and corporate governance restructuring is an ...
Market discipline in the Asian financial crisis
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 2000-03)
The search for the real causes behind the Asian financial crisis is turning up a lengthy list of suspects. In trying to comprehend the magnitude and contagion effects of the crisis, investors and policy makers from crisis ...