In today’s world, the transfer of laws and regulations between different legal systems is commonplace. The global spread of stewardship codes in recent years presents a promising, but yet untested, terrain to explore the diffusion of such norms....Read more
Since the UK adopted the world’s first stewardship code in 2010, stewardship codes have proliferated across Asia. Given the UK Code’s prominence, it is tempting to assume that every other stewardship code preforms the same function as the UK Code...Read more
The World Bank’s influential Doing Business Report (DBR) has been a key platform for the American-driven dissemination of global norms of good corporate governance. A prominent part of the DBR is the related party transactions (RPT) index, which...Read more
Related party transactions (RPTs) exist in most countries, including developing countries as well as those already developed. RPTs may take place on an ad hoc basis, or routinely. Routine RPTs are commonly found in a corporate group structure and...Read more
Prof. Renee Adams (UNSW Business School, University of New South Wales) presents her paper on "Board Members Values and the Shareholder - Stakeholder Dilemma" at the 2016 ECGI Asia Corporate Governance Dialogue in Tokyo.