Competition, Corporate Governance and Selection in Emerging Markets

22 Pages Posted: 11 Nov 2003

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Ajit Singh

United Nations; University of Cambridge

Abstract

The paper introduces the three articles in this Feature, concerned respectively with competition, corporate governance and selection in emerging markets. Apart from being important in their own right, it is shown how these topics have recently acquired urgent domestic and international policy significance. This overview also provides the intellectual background to the issues raised in the papers and examines their interrelationships in analytical, empirical and methodological terms. It outlines a research program, which would not only have direct policy relevance for both emerging and mature countries but would also have broader analytical significance for many areas of economic theory.

Suggested Citation

Singh, Ajit, Competition, Corporate Governance and Selection in Emerging Markets. Economic Journal, Vol. 113, pp. F443-F464, November 2003. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=465542

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