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Foreword Patrick T. Harker and Gabriel Hawawini


Foreword Klaus Schwab


Contributors


1 Introduction.


Corporate Governance and Capital Flows in a Global Economy, Peter K. Cornelius and Bruce Kogut


Part I: Current and Emerging Challenges in Corporate Governance


Enron and Its Aftermath


2 What Caused Enron?.


A Capsule of Social and Economic History of the 1990's, John C. Coffee, Jr.


3 Chareholder Value, Corporate Governance, and Corporate Performance.


A Post-Enron Reassessment of the Conventional Wisdom, Margaret M. Blair


4 The Bubble and the Media. Alexander Dyck and Luigi Zingales


Expanding the Purview of Governance: Employees and Early Investors


5 Employees and Corporate Governance. Mary O'Sullivan


6 Venture Capital and Corporate Governance. Franklin Allen and Wei-ling Song


Part II: Corporate Governance, Economic Development, and Cross-Border Capital Flows


Capital Flows and Multinational Corporations


7 Prospects for Emerging-Market Flows Amid Investor Concerns About Corporate Governance. Helmut Reisen


8 Direct Investment and Corporate Governance: Will Multinational Corporations "Tip" Countries Toward Institutional Change?. Bruce Kogut and J. Muir Macpherson


9 Corporate Risk Assessment and Business Strategy.


A Prime Task for Senior Management, Withold J. Henisz and Jonathan Story


Role of Foreign Banks in Governance


10 Foreign Bank Ownership and Corporate Governance in Emerging-Market Economies. Peter K. Cornelius


11 Emerging Owners, Eclipsing Markets?.


Corporate Governance in Central and Eastern Europe, Erik Bergl"of and Anete Pajuste


Law and Governance


12 Corporate Governance and Private Capital Flows to Latin America. Alberto Chong, Alejandro Izquierdo, Alejando Micco, and Ugo Panizza


13 Institutions, Corporate Governance and amd Crises. Daron Acemoglu and Simon Johnson


14 Of Legal Transplants, Legal Irritants, and Economic Development. Katharina Pistor and Daniel Berkowitz


Part III: Investors' and Practitioners' Perspectives


Governance Seen by the Minority Shareholder


15 Portfolio Investment in Emerging Markets.


An Investor's Perspective, Michael J. Johnston


16 Corporate Governance, Public Policy, and Private Investment Decisions, 2002. William Dale Crist


17 Corporate Governance.


Responsibilities of Fund Managers and Institutional Investors, Mark Mobius


18 Corporate Governance and Private Equity Investments.


Max Burger-Calderon, Philipp Gusinde, and Stefan Hoffman


Corporate Governance in Transition: China, Russia, and Poland


19 Corporate Governance in Mainland China.


Where Do We Go from Here?, Anthony Neoh


20 Governance in an Emerging Financial Market.


The Case of Russia, Igor Kostikov


Governance in an Emerging Financial Market.


The Case of Poland, Wieslaw Rozlucki


Social Corporate Responsibility and the New Learning


22 Corporate Values, Enterprise Risk, and the Board. Michael J. Philips


23 Redefining the Role and Content of Corporate Governance from the Perspective of Business in Society and Corporate Social Responsibility. Lutgart van den Berghe, in collaboration with Steven Carchon


Learning From Our Mistakes, Ira M. Millstein and Holly J. Gregory





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Corporate governance.
International business enterprises.
Capital movements.