Corporate Governance Across Borders: Do Market Maturity and Culture Matter?

Sweeney, Paul
August 2008
Academy of Management Perspectives;Aug2008, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p118
Academic Journal
The article discusses the results of a research paper published in a 2008 issue of the journal "Applied Psychology," by Alex Chan and Hoi Yan Cheung, titled "Common cultural relationships in corporate governance across developed and emerging financial markets." The study analyzed data collected by the International Institute for Management Development for its World Competitiveness Yearbook. Cultural factors which influence the degrees and types of corporate governance found in developed nations and developing nations were investigated. The United States Sarbanes-Oxley Act is mentioned in this context.


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