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Corporate ownership in France
Antoin E. Murphy
|Statement||Antoin E. Murphy.|
|Series||NBER working paper series ;, working paper 10716, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10716.|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005615170|
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The strong concentration of family ownership in. Get this from a library. Corporate ownership in France: the importance of history. [Antoin E Murphy; National Bureau of Economic Research.].
Corporate Ownership in France: The Importance of History Antoin Murphy. Chapter in NBER book A History of Corporate Governance around the World: Family Business Groups to Professional Managers (), Randall K.
Morck, editor (p. - ) Corporate ownership in France book held June Corporate ownership in France book, Published in November by University of Chicago PressCited by: The result that ownership concentration is a consequence of poor legal protection of minority shareholders casts doubt on the theory of Roe (), who attributes ownership dispersion in the United States to U.S.‐specific policies that discourage ownership concentration undertaken under political pressure from the professional corporate Cited by: We investigate whether corporate real estate ownership is a trigger for takeovers.
The empirical analysis is based on a sample covering takeovers in France, Germany, the. This is a list of bookstore chains with brick-and-mortar locations. In the United Kingdom and many parts of the English speaking world, they are known as "Bookshops" and "newsagents".
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Using a new, hand-collected data set on corporate ownership and control of 3, firms in 22 countries during the – period, we find that the cost of debt financing is significantly higher for companies with a wider divergence between the largest ultimate owner’s Corporate ownership in France book Cited by: Antoin Murphy, "Corporate Ownership in France: The Importance of History," NBER Chapters, in: A History of Corporate Governance around the World: Family Business Groups to Professional Managers, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberch 2) the corporate governance and institutional framework; 3) the rights and equitable treatment of shareholders and key ownership functions; 4) the corporate board of directors; and 5) mechanisms for flexibility and proportionality in corporate governance.
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The editorial team is glad to announce that in February Virtus Interpress initiated a new project about writing a book "Corporate Ownership and Control: international trends". The book will provide a clear international comparison of major trends in corporate ownership and control.
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taxpayer corporation’s use of File Size: KB. The History of Corporate Ownership in China: State Patronage, Company Legislation, and the Issue of Control William N. Goetzmann, Elisabeth Koll. Chapter in NBER book A History of Corporate Governance around the World: Family Business Groups to Professional Managers (), Randall K.
Morck, editor (p. - ) Conference held June 3. Corporate Ownership in France: The Importance of History Antoin E. Murphy Comment: Daniel Raff 4. The History of Corporate Ownership and Control in Germany Caroline Fohlin Comment: Alexander Dyck 5.
The Evolution of Concentrated Ownership in India: Broad Patterns and a History of the Indian Software Industry Tarun Khanna and Krishna G. Palepu. Examining corporate governance and shareholder activism in a number of different contexts that include the United States and the global South, this important book will be of interest to students and scholars of international political economy, international relations and development studies.
Written by an international team of authors, this book provides the first systematic account of the control of corporate Europe based on voting block data disclosed in accordance with the European Union's Large Holdings Directive (88//EEC).
The study provides detailed information on the voting control of companies listed on the official markets in Austria. dispersal of its stockholders.2 Ownership remains highly concentrated and, arguably, fused with control, in nations such as France, Germany, Japan, and South Korea.
Second, to do justice to the richness of the cross-national variation while dealing with the theoretical issues with which I am concerned would likely require a book-length. cally, we explore whether ownership structure aﬀects reported earnings, accounting accruals, and the book value of equity versus debt.
The paper unfolds as follows: the next section reviews the characteristics of corporate ownership and ﬁnancial reporting in France. Section 3 Ronald Zhao and Benedicte Millet-Reyes r Blackwell Publishing Cited by: A remarkable new book on the crucial issues of ownership and corporate governance." Dr R.
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For example, if a country (e.g. France) has a socialistic ideology, it is somewhat natural that the corporate governance there is based on inclusion of all stakeholders, especially the employees. Corporate monitoring by blockholders in Europe: empirical evidence of managerial disciplining in Belgium, France, Germany, and the UK.
Dherment-Ferere, Isabelle, () Insiders, outsiders and the politics of corporate governance: how ownership shapes party positions in Britain, Germany and France. Franks, Julian and Mayer, Colin () Corporate Ownership and Control in the UK, Germany and France. In: Chew, Donald, (ed.) Studies in International Corporate Finance and Governance University Press.
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The strong concentration of family ownership in France is traced to historical weaknesses in the money and capital markets that forced families to have recourse to self-financing. The weaknesses in the money and capital markets were greatly. Greg Baker/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images.
Questions about the ownership and corporate structure of the HNA Group, one of China’s biggest — and most acquisitive — companies, are. Do modes of management depend on company ownership.
Does macroeconomic performance rely on shareholder value. The contributions collected in this book explore these questions from economic, historical and legal perspectives. They examine company ownership through the study of national institutions, with particular focus on North America and by: 5.
We analyze the mutual relations among firms’ capital structure, ownership structure, and valuation. Through the estimation of a system of simultaneous equations for a sample of 1, firms from 16 countries from both the common law and the civil law environments, our results confirm the differential effect of ownership structure on firms value in each by: 2.
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