Corporate governance is a relatively new field, but has now moved from the margins to the mainstream of business and management education. However, discovering the origins and foundations of corporate governance involves a lengthy search through law, finance, economics, accounting and management journals. Most of the original and essential corporate governance literature is therefore highly dispersed and often inaccessible to business and management students today.
This unique collection brings together this widely dispersed material for the first time, providing students and researchers in corporate governance with an unrivalled research resource.
Titles also available in this series include, Entrepreneurship (November 2002, 4 Volumes, £495) and the forthcoming Knowledge Management (2005, 4 Volumes, c.£525).
Table of Contents
Volume I: The Genesis of Corporate Governance
Volume II: Anglo-American Corporate Governance
Volume III: European Corporate Governance
Volume IV: Asian Corporate Governance
Volume V: Contemporary Corporate Governance