Reforming	Corporate	Governance	in	Southeast	Asia:	Economics,	Politics,	and	Regulations	(Political	Institutions	and	Corporate	Governance	Reforms	inSoutheast	Asia)
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Reforming Corporate Governance in Southeast Asia: Economics, Politics, and Regulations (Political Institutions and Corporate Governance Reforms inSoutheast Asia)

by Wu Xun

This multi-disciplinary volume provides a critical examination of corporate governance reform in Southeast Asia especially after the Asian financial crisis in 1997. The weaknesses in the corporate sector, such as poor investment structure, weak legal and accounting systems, faulty financial practices, questionable political interventions, are some of the pertinent issues raised by the authors, who include legal specialists, corporate practitioners, economists, and political scientists. Policy measures to improve corporate transparency, institutional accountability, and fiscal prudence are also proposed. The volume provides interested readers and policy-makers in Southeast Asia with the most current research and policy options on corporate governance reform, and advocates more committed and effective governance changes in the future.
          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

          

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  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Publication Date : 2005-06-07
  • Product Code : 9789812306326C02

About Author

Wu Xun

Wu Xun (Ph.D., North Carolina, 2001) is Assistant Professor, Public Policy Programme, National University of Singapore. He teaches environmental and natural resource management, policy research methods, policy evaluation and cost-benefits analysis. His research interests are in energy policy, water resource management, non-market valuation and public sector governance, and his current research projects include the political economy of power sector reforms in Southeast Asia, corporate governance and corruption in Asia, and conflict resolution of international water disputes. He has acted as a consultant for international organizations such as the World Bank and International Vaccine Institute. E-mail= mppwuxun@nus.edu.sg