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Don't Disintegrate Microsoft (Yet), Alan J. Meese Apr 2001

Don't Disintegrate Microsoft (Yet), Alan J. Meese

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Convergence Versus Divergence, Global Corporate Governance At The Crossroads: Governances Norms, Capital Markets & Oecd Principles For Corporate Governance, Janis P. Sarra Jan 2001

Convergence Versus Divergence, Global Corporate Governance At The Crossroads: Governances Norms, Capital Markets & Oecd Principles For Corporate Governance, Janis P. Sarra

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There is growing debate as to whether international corporate governance practices can or should converge. Effective corporate governance has been linked to the ability of corporations to compete in global capital markets. Corporations operating in diverse economies have capital structures that are the result of public and private choices, and the corporate governance issues that arise reflect these structures. There is market pressure for convergence of corporate governance norms. The OECD has formulated Principles aimed at setting standards for corporations as they seek to attract capital. While the shareholder protections proposed are helpful in articulating norms that will attract long-term ...


Gap Fillers And Fiduciary Duties In Strategic Alliances, George W. Dent Jan 2001

Gap Fillers And Fiduciary Duties In Strategic Alliances, George W. Dent

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This Article describes the evolution of strategic alliances and their dependence on trust between the allies. It then discusses the general theory of gap fillers and fiduciary duties and the inevitability of major gaps in strategic alliance contracts. Finally, it combines these elements to derive conclusions about the proper role of gap fillers and fiduciary duties in strategic alliances.