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Comment: Publisher: Ashgate Pub
Date of Publication: 2009
Binding: hardcover
Edition: First Edition
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Description: ISBN:9780754646259 Used Hardback, no jacket, printed boards. Contents clean, sound, bright. TPW
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ISBN-13: 978-0754646259 ISBN-10: 0754646254 Edition: First Edition

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'This is a timely and important comparative analysis, published at a critical time, of the evolution of corporate governance structures as between the US/UK on the one hand ("outsider systems") and Germany on the other (an "insider system"). It seeks to answer the question whether globalisation will lead to the dominance of the outsider model and persuasively suggests that it will not. It should be read by interested academics and policymakers worldwide.' --This text refers to the Unknown Binding edition.

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Alan Dignam is based in the School of Law at the Queen Mary University of London, UK and Michael Galanis is based in the School of Law at the University of Leeds, UK.

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