By Alberto Chong, Florencio López de Silanes
Investor defense and company Governance analyzes the impression of company governance on enterprise functionality and valuation. utilizing designated datasets collected on the firm-level - the 1st such facts within the area - and effects from a homogeneous company governance questionnaire, the publication examines company governance features, possession constructions, dividend rules, and function measures. The book's research unearths the very excessive degrees of possession and balloting rights concentrations and monolithic governance constructions within the biggest samples of Latin American businesses prior to now, and new information emphasize the significance of particular features of the investor safety regimes in numerous Latin American nations. in general, these organizations with higher governance measures throughout numerous dimensions are granted greater valuations and therefore cheaper price of capital. This identify can be helpful to researchers, coverage makers, executive officers, and different pros concerned about company governance, monetary coverage, and enterprise finance, legislations, and administration.
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Investor Protection and Corporate Governance: Firm-level Evidence Across Latin America (Latin American Development Forum) (Latin American Development Forum) by Alberto Chong, Florencio López de Silanes