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Shekshnia S., McCarthy D., Puffer S. (2004). Corporate Governance in Russia London: Edward Elgar.
Given the past decade of abuse of shareholder rights, corporate governance is essential for Russia’s future. In this comprehensive volume, an international group of contributors – academics, corporate executives, government officials, policymakers, specialists from nongovernmental organizations, and legal experts – examine the crucial role of corporate governance as well as the external institutions and forces that affect it.Offering coverage from numerous perspectives, the contributors explore external and institutional influences on corporate governance, its workings within corporations, and the relationships between boards of directors, managers, shareholders, and the government. Case studies of three major companies illustrate the challenges and opportunities involved in creating sound practices. The concluding section provides a summary of the current situation and discusses implications for the future of Russia’s corporate governance.A valuable source of information, Corporate Governance in Russia is a must-read for business people, government officials, academic researchers, students, and all those interested in Russia and what the future holds.