Table of contents for Corporate governance lessons from transition economy reforms / edited by Merritt B. Fox and Michael A. Heller.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
I. FRAMEWORK
1. What is Good Corporate Governance?
 Merritt Fox and Michael Heller
II. THE ELEMENTS OF GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
A. 	LAW
2. 	PATTERNS OF LEGAL CHANGE: SHAREHOLDER AND CREDITOR RIGHTS IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES
 Katharina Pistor
3. 	THE COMMON LAW AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: HAYEK MIGHT BE RIGHT
 Paul Mahoney
B. 	OWNERS AND MANAGERS
4. 	RUSSIAN PRIVATIZATION AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: WHAT WENT WRONG?
 Bernard Black, Reinier Kraakman, and Anna Tarassova
5. 	WHY OWNERSHIP MATTERS: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND RESTRUCTURING 
 IN CENTRAL EUROPE 
 Roman Frydman, Marek Hessel, and Andrzej Rapaczynski
C. 	STOCK MARKETS
6. 	LESSONS FROM JAPANESE TRANSITION, 1870-1910 
 Yoshiro Miwa and J. Mark Ramseyer
 
7. 	THE LESSONS OF SECURITIES MARKET FAILURE: PRIVATIZATION, MINORITY PROTECTION, AND INVESTOR CONFIDENCE 
 John C. Coffee, Jr.
8.	THE INFORMATION CONTENT OF STOCK MARKETS: WHY DO EMERGING MARKETS HAVE SYNCHRONOUS STOCK PRICE MOVEMENT 
 Randall Morck, Bernard Yeung, and Wayne Yu
III. WHAT DOES TRANSITION CONTRIBUTE TO THEORY?
9. 	THE UNEXPLORED ROLE OF INITIAL CONDITIONS	
 Merritt Fox and Michael Heller
List of Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Corporate governance -- Case studies.
Corporate governance -- Law and legislation -- Case studies.