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    International Journal of Corporate Governance

    International Journal of Corporate Governance

    2008-2009, Vol.1

    2010-2011, Vol.2

    2012, Vol.3

    2013, Vol.4

    2014, Vol.5

    2015, Vol.6

    2016, Vol.7


    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2008-2009, Vol.1




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    Jarrad Harford, Kai Li, Xinlei Zhao

    Corporate boards and the leverage and debt maturity choices


     pp. 3-27

    Jennifer Hill

    Evolving 'rules of the game' in corporate governance reform


     pp. 28-48

    Wissam Abdallah, Marc Goergen

    The impact of a cross-listing on dividend policy


     pp. 49-72

    Steen Thomsen

    A minimum theory of boards


     pp. 73-96

    Chris Mallin

    Institutional shareholders: their role in the shaping of corporate governance


     pp. 97-105

    Han Donker, Saif Zahir

    Takeovers, corporate control, and return to target shareholders


     pp. 106-134

    Edward J. Lusk, Michael Halperin, Graziella Capone De Palma

    An investigation of the relationship between Corporate Governance and firm performance: the market emergence of the Autocratic firm


     pp. 135-145

    Kevin Lock-Teng Low, Wai-Ching Poon

    The utilisation of Fuzzy Logic in Corporate Governance assessment in business economics


     pp. 146-161

    Flora Niu

    Director cash compensation, ownership structure and director pay for performance


     pp. 162-184

    Hui Huang, Wanjun Zhang

    The equity refinancing preference and market timing in Chinese listed firms


     pp. 185-196

    Mihir Naniwadekar

    Regal (Hastings) v. Gulliver: An equitable principle stretched too far?


     pp. 197-206

    Charmaine Glegg, Jeff Madura

    Valuation effects from implementing shareholder-friendly poison pill provisions


     pp. 207-225

    Manju Jaiswall, Michael Firth

    CEO pay, firm performance, and corporate governance in India's listed firms


     pp. 227-240

    Lukas Y. Setia-Atmaja

    Governance mechanisms, simultaneity and firm value in Australia


     pp. 241-258

    Younes Boujelbene, Nabila Zribi

    Ownership structure and bank risk-taking: evidence from Tunisian banks


     pp. 259-270

    Andrei Filip, Jackie Di Vito

    Financial reporting quality revisited: interactions between earnings management and the value relevance of accounting information


     pp. 271-284

    Abe De Jong

    Irrational executives and corporate governance


     pp. 285-297

    Jeff Madura, Thanh Ngo, Nivine Richie

    Takeovers of targets lacking analyst coverage


     pp. 298-314

    Ray Donnelly

    Bidders' board structure and acquisition returns


     pp. 315-335

    Jonathan Macey, Geoffrey Miller

    Process as currency with the courts: judicial scrutiny of directors' decisions


     pp. 337-365

    Marco G.D. Guidi, Reza Kouhy

    The credit crisis and corporate governance: excessive bonuses of TARP banks


     pp. 366-381

    Karen Watkins, Jaap Spronk, Dick Van Dijk

    Corporate governance and performance during normal and crisis periods: evidence from an emerging market perspective


     pp. 382-399

    Lior Jassur, Giampiero Favato, Carole Print

    The flaws of securitisation


     pp. 400-417

    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2010-2011, Vol.2




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    Roland Kirstein

    Volkswagen vs. Porsche: a power-index analysis


     pp. 1-20

    Yingliu Gu, James R. Langabeer II, Jeffrey R. Helton

    Board composition and financial performance in major hospitals


     pp. 21-30

    David Alexander

    Corporate governance and earnings management: going beyond agency theory and secondary data


     pp. 31-41

    Carl-Christian Freidank, Patrick Velte, Stefan C. Weber

    The changing German corporate governance system normative implications and empirical evidence


     pp. 42-57

    Anthony C. Ng, Yaw M. Mensah

    The role of corporate governance during the pre- and post-Sarbanes Oxley periods


     pp. 58-86

    Petter Gottschalk, Hans Solli-Sather

    Influence of white-collar crime on corporate reputation: an opinion survey of chief financial officers


     pp. 95-105

    N. Brand, B. Beens, E. Vuuregge, R. Batenburg

    Engineering governance: introducing a governance meta framework


     pp. 106-118

    Takiah Mohd Iskandar, Mohd Mohid Rahmat, Norazura Mohd Noor, Norman Mohd Saleh, Muhammad Jahangir Ali

    Corporate governance and going concern problems: evidence from Malaysia


     pp. 119-139

    Ulrich Bantleon, Alexander Bassen, Anne d Arcy, Anja Hucke, Annette G. Kohler, Burkhard Pedell

    Implementation of Article 41 of the 8th EU Directive in the EU member states impact on internal governance mechanisms


     pp. 140-155

    F.J. Arcelus, Navid Kheradmand, D. Mitra, G. Srinivasan

    On the incremental information content of the components of the Globe and Mail Corporate Governance Index


     pp. 156-172

    Ronen Barak, Beni Lauterbach

    Estimating the private benefits of control from partial control transfers: methodology and evidence


     pp. 183-200

    D.K. Malhotra, Mary Sheila McDonald

    Recent trends in corporate governance practices in the USA


     pp. 201-216

    Yves Bozec, Richard Bozec

    Corporate governance quality and the cost of capital


     pp. 217-236

    Hubert De La Bruslerie

    The setting of a coalition contract between controlling shareholder, managers and employees: how to mix incentive and political logics?


     pp. 237-267

    Caroline D. Ditlev-Simonsen, Petter Gottschalk

    Stages of growth model for corporate social responsibility


     pp. 268-287

    Siona Listokin-Smith

    Proxy access and ownership: does institutional investor type matter?


     pp. 288-304

    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2012, Vol.3




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    Kjell Hausken, Galina A. Schwartz

    N-player costly contracting


     pp. 1-18

    Ahmed M. Abdel-Meguid

    Auditor-client compatibility and corporate governance effectiveness: an empirical analysis


     pp. 19-45

    Meryem Bellouma

    Governance mechanisms and buyer supplier relationship in Tunisian exporting SMEs


     pp. 46-59

    Jong Seop Shin, Soo Wook Kim, Hyun Jung Kim

    Governance change and its impact on board decision-making


     pp. 60-83

    Suwina Cheng; Bruce A. Rayton

    A study of the incidence and independence of nomination committees


     pp. 84-104

    Omar Farooq, Mohammed Taouss

    Information environment, behavioural biases, and home bias in analysts' recommendations: pre- and post-crisis evidence from Asian emerging markets


     pp. 105-125

    Sue-Fung Wang, Meng-Shiang Chiu

    Trade-off between agency problem and growth opportunity on dividend payout policy under product market competition


     pp. 126-142

    Stephen R. Luxmore, Zhi Tang, Clyde Eirikur Hull

    When corporate social responsibility matters: an empirical investigation of contingencies


     pp. 143-162

    Sana Ben Cheikh, Nadia Loukil

    Tunisian CEO power and controlling shareholder identity: principal-principal perspective


     pp. 163-181

    Imen Latrous, Samir Trabelsi

    Do family firms use more or less debt?


     pp. 182-209

    Brian Daugherty, Denise Dickins, Julia Higgs

    Knowledge transfer among experts: lessons from audit partner rotation


     pp. 210-224

    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2013, Vol.4




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    Domenico Campa, Ray Donnelly

    Board structure and monitoring effects in different institutional settings: a comparison between Italy and the UK


     pp. 1-19

    Thomas O Connor

    The relationship between dividend payout and corporate governance along the corporate life-cycle


     pp. 20-50

    Richard Bozec, Mohamed Dia, Yves Bozec

    Corporate ownership and governance practices in Canada: a longitudinal study


     pp. 51-73

    Valentina Hartarska, Roy Mersland, Denis Nadolnyak, Christopher Parmeter

    Governance and scope economies in microfinance institutions


      pp. 74-96

    Nesrine Klai, Abdelwaled Omri

    Corporate governance and financial information quality: a simultaneous equations approach in the Tunisian context


      pp. 97-118

    Maggie Foley, Robert Boylan, Chengru Hu, Biqing Huang

    Contesting corporate control: shareholder voting


     pp. 119-137

    Krishna Reddy

    The efficacy of the principle-based corporate governance practices: a case study of New Zealand


     pp. 138-161

    Curtis E. Clements, John D. Neill, Paul Wertheim

    The effect of multiple directorships on a board of directors' corporate governance effectiveness


     pp. 162-180

    Thomas O Connor

    Dividend payout and corporate governance in emerging markets: which governance provisions matter?


     pp. 181-207

    Andreas Fili, Bjorn Berggren, Lars Silver

    The impact of financial capital, human capital and social capital on the evolution of Business Angel Networks


     pp. 209-228

    Donald P. Cram, Yong-Chul Shin

    Revisiting analyses of matched samples in corporate governance research


     pp. 229-259

    Weining Liu, Hsiuling Wen

    Effects of executive compensation incentive on R and D investments: a behavioural study of corporate governance based on Taiwanese firms


     pp. 260-276

    George F. Tannous, Fan Yang, Weiwei Jiang

    Monitoring role of institutional and family block-holders in Canadian corporations


     pp. 277-303

    Houda Ghaya

    Towards a meta- model for the board of directors involvement in the strategic process: conceptual issues and key determinants


    pp. 343-371

    Tania Morris, Hamadou Boubacar

    Which type of insider transaction is more perceived as a signal by the market?


    pp. 372-390

    Richard Bozec

    Board independence and firm performance: a contingency model based on shareholders' proximity to management


    pp. 391-406

    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2014, Vol.5




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    Ajit Dayanandan, Han Donker, Mike Ivanof

    Illegal insider trading and corporate governance

    No. 1-2

    pp. 1-21

    Jeff Madura, Thanh Ngo

    Regulating informed trading before merger bids in Canada

    No. 1-2

    pp. 22-42

    Juan Chen

    Regulating takeover defences in China: the UK model in books and the US model in action

    No. 1-2

    pp. 43-82

    Samira Lehlou, Imen Tebourbi, Lobna Bouslimi

    Internal governance mechanism and default probability: evidence from US public firms

    No. 1-2

    pp. 83-102

    Abdul-Nasser El-Kassar

    Effect of internal audit function on corporate governance quality: evidence from Lebanon

    No. 1-2

    pp. 103-117

    Nalinaksha Bhattacharyya, Julie Ann Elston, Laura Rondi

    Executive compensation and agency costs in a family controlled corporate governance structure: the case of Italy

    No. 3-4

    pp. 119-132

    Michael Dewally, Susan M.V. Flaherty, Yingying Shao

    Governance, crash risk, and systemic risk: evidence from large US banks

    No. 3-4

    pp. 133-155

    Stefan Linnhoff, Hannah M. Martin, Katherine Taken Smith, L. Murphy Smith

    A descriptive analysis of ethics codes, CSR and efforts to combat human trafficking

    No. 3-4

    pp. 156-177

    Peter Baxter

    Corporate governance ratings and financial performance: evidence from Australia

    No. 3-4

    pp. 178-196

    P. Krishna Prasanna

    Firm- level governance quality and dividend decisions: evidence from India

    No. 3-4

    pp. 197-222

    Yu Chen, Carol E. Vann

    Relationships among corporate governance mechanisms: evidence based on executive compensation clawback provisions

    No. 3-4

    pp. 223-244

    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2015, Vol.6




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    Yogesh Chauhan, Sudhakara Reddy Syamala, Kavita Wadhwa

    Board busyness and crash risk: evidence from Indian stock market


    pp. 1-24

    Ilduara Busta, Bersant Hobdari

    Board effectiveness in the European banking industry


    pp. 25-41

    Nina Nguyen, Denise M. Jepsen

    A multiple stakeholder approach to nonprofit board effectiveness: the employee perspective


    pp. 42-55

    Flora Niu, Greg Berberich

    Director tenure and busyness and corporate governance


    pp. 56-69

    Alison Lui

    Cross- border share voting and improving voting chain deficiencies in the 21st century


    pp. 70-85

    Jang-Shee Barry Lin, Chunhui Liu

    R and D, corporate governance, firm size and firm valuation: evidence from Taiwanese companies

    No. 2-4

    pp. 87-97

    Neil A. Crombie

    Executive remuneration principles, practices and processes: an institutional logics perspective

    No. 2-4

    pp. 98-140

    Chandrasekhar Krishnamurti, Pran K. Boolaky

    Global financial crisis and perceived accounting quality: the European perspective

    No. 2-4

    pp. 141-177

    Mario Krenn

    The role of codetermination in shareholder oriented corporate governance reform: the case of executive remuneration disclosure

    No. 2-4

    pp. 178-193

    Shanthy Rachagan, Shanthy Rachagan, Wai Ching Poon, Elsa Satkunasingam

    Board diversity: lessons from Malaysia

    No. 2-4

    pp. 194-216

    Annette G. Kohler, Nicole V.S. Ratzinger-Sakel

    Relative bargaining power in light of the current debate on audit market regulation

    No. 2-4

    pp. 217-240

    Zahid Riaz, Sangeeta Ray, Pradeep Kanta Ray

    Collibration as an alternative regulatory mechanism to govern the disclosure of director and executive remuneration in Australia

    No. 2-4

    pp. 241-274

    International Journal of Corporate Governance, 2016, Vol.7




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    Abe de Jong, Teye Marra, Henry van Beusichem

    The price impact of block transactions in the Netherlands


    pp. 1-31

    Abhishek Mukherjee, Ron Bird, Paul Woolley Centre

    Analysis of mandatory CSR expenditure in India: a survey


    pp. 32-59

    Olasupo Owoeye, Marieke van der Pijl

    Corporate governance in Vietnam- its significance and challenges


    pp. 60-77

    Jashim Uddin Ahmed, Shahzada M. Imran, S.M. Musa

    Managing corporate governance management of family firms in South Asia: evidence from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka


    pp. 78-101

    Surendranath Jory, Thanh Ngo

    Institutional ownership and senior- level executives' tenure


    pp. 103-137

    Shaowen Hua, Bruce A. Leauby, Zenghui Liu

    Busy audit committee members and internal control deficiencies


    pp. 138-163

    Mediha Mezhoud, Thouraya Thabet

    Interaction effects between internal governance mechanisms on the IPO long- term performance


    pp. 164-179

    Mohamed A.K. Basuony, Ehab K.A. Mohamed, Mostaq M. Hussain, Omar K. Marie

    Board characteristics, ownership structure and audit report lag in the Middle East


    pp. 180-205

    N.K. Bishnoi, Sunita Godara

    Tunnelling practices in IT and real estate sector in India - an empirical investigation


    pp. 207-222

    Julie Ann Elston, Yingchao Zhang

    The dynamic role of state governance in executive compensation in China


    pp. 223-246

    Saidatou Dicko

    The impact of political connections on the quality of corporate governance


    pp. 247-273

    Petter Gottschalk

    Explaining white-collar crime: an empirical study of convenience theory


    pp. 274-286


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