Corporate Governance in Singapore: Developments and Prognoses
This paper surveys the regulatory and structural environment in Singapore, and presents empirical evidence on corporate governance practices in areas such as ownership structures, disclosure practices, board of directors, the use of share option schemes, and the impact of government corporate ownership. It discusses corporate governance reforms that have been implemented or proposed, and assesses their likely impact on future corporate governance practices in Singapore. Remaining concerns with the future of corporate governance in Singapore are also highlighted.
Asian Studies | Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics | Strategic Management Policy
Strategy and Organisation
Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, 10-13 July 2004, Stockholm
City or Country
PHAN, Phillip H. and YOSHIKAWA, Toru.
Corporate Governance in Singapore: Developments and Prognoses. (2004). Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, 10-13 July 2004, Stockholm. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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