Corporate Governance And Finance In Poland And Russia by T. MickiewiczCorporate Governance And Finance In Poland And Russia by T. Mickiewicz

Corporate Governance And Finance In Poland And Russia

EditorT. Mickiewicz, Tomasz Marek

Hardcover | October 25, 2006

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Is corporate control in Russia and Poland shaped by the initial privatisation methods? What is the impact of the government? What is the role played by industrial networks and cross-ownership? By the banks and the capital markets? What are the factors behind some spectacular corporate failures? And how is our understanding enhanced by the resource based-, strategy- and political economy- perspectives, which complement the economic approach? Addressing these questions, this book draws conclusions, which in their comparative aspects reach beyond these two major transition economies.
Tomasz Marek Mickiewicz coordinates the Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe and is also Senior Lecturer in Economic Restructuring at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London. He is an affiliate of the CASE Institute and publishes on comparative economic systems. His books i...
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Title:Corporate Governance And Finance In Poland And RussiaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:352 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:October 25, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230007953

ISBN - 13:9780230007956

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Table of Contents

Introduction--T.Mickiewicz * PART 1: THE EMERGING CORPORATE CONTROL AND FINANCIAL STRUCTURES: RUSSIA AND POLAND IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT * Corporate Governance in Post-socialist Economies--W.Andreff * Corporate Ownership Structure and Performance in Europe--T.Kirchmaier & J.Grant * The Contribution of Central and East European Capital Markets to Corporate Finance--J.Köke & M.Schröder * PART 2: CORPORATE CONTROL, NETWORKS, AND GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN POLAND AND RUSSIA * Politicians or Administrators? Residual State Corporate Property in Transition--M.Baltowski & T.Mickiewicz * When Independent Directors Are Rare: Banks in the Russian Corporate Network--I.Okhatovskiy * Financial Performance and Knowledge. Evidence from Capital Groups in Poland--J.Chadam & Z.Pastuszak * The Rise And Fall Of One Central European Enterprise: The Case Of Polish 'Elektrim'--P.Jaworski & S.Radosevic * Corporate Control, Governance Practice and the Government: The Case of the Yukos Oil Company--Y.Adachi * Enterprise Performance and Ownership in Polish and Russian Firms--R.Woodward, M.Turuntseva & P.Kozarzewski * Ownership Structure and Corporate Performance. Evidence from Warsaw Stock Exchange--M.Aluchna * Home Bias and Stock Market Development: The Polish Experience--A.Zalewska * Conclusions--T.Mickiewicz