Corporate Ownership and Control Revisited: Trends for Turkish Non- Financial Corporations

Kostyuk, A. N., Tutino, M., & Prigge, S. (Eds.). (2019). Corporate ownership and control: International trends. Sumy, Ukraine: Virtus Interpress.

16 Pages Posted: 9 Sep 2019

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Gonca Atici

Istanbul University

Guner Gursoy

Istanbul Kemerburgaz University

Date Written: April 10, 2019

Abstract

The book "Corporate Ownership and Control: International Trends" examines the corporate governance systems in nine countries (the USA, Italy, Spain, Turkey, New Zealand, China, Brazil, India, Nigeria) with particular emphasis on corporate ownership and control issues. This book picks up several very important issues related to corporate governance. Is corporate ownership and control still nationally driven issue or not? What sort of corporate governance regulation is more effective – soft or strict? Does family ownership produce a new model for corporate ownership and control? Is corporate law able to account all those national peculiarities of corporate ownership and control on one side, and respect the worldwide best practices in corporate governance on another side?

Suggested Citation

Atici, Gonca and Gursoy, Guner, Corporate Ownership and Control Revisited: Trends for Turkish Non- Financial Corporations (April 10, 2019). Kostyuk, A. N., Tutino, M., & Prigge, S. (Eds.). (2019). Corporate ownership and control: International trends. Sumy, Ukraine: Virtus Interpress., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3445467

Gonca Atici (Contact Author)

Istanbul University ( email )

Istanbul Business School
Avcilar Campus
Istanbul, 34322
Turkey

Guner Gursoy

Istanbul Kemerburgaz University ( email )

Mahmutbey Dilmenler cad No 26
Bagcilar
Istanbul
Turkey

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