A comparison of the views of CEOs and public pension funds on the corporate governance issues of

Allan, Peter; Widman, Albert
January 2000
American Business Review;Jan2000, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p49
Academic Journal
Compares the views of chief executive officers (CEO) and public pension funds on the corporate governance issues of chairman-CEO duality and election of lead directors in the United States. Role of investors in the governance of corporations in which they have invested; Impact of separation of ownership from management on the role of CEO.


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