Virtus InterPress

2007 Issue 3

Contents
SECRECY, COLLUSION AND COALITION BUILDING IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Mick Swartz
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p1
HOW TOEHOLDS BECOME FOOTHOLDS
Jean M. Canil, Bruce A. Rosser
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p2
BONDHOLDER WEALTH EFFECTS FROM DIVIDEND CHANGES
Mark S. Klock, Katherine I. Gleason
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p3
OWNERSHIP CATEGORIES AND INVESTMENT PATTERNS AFTER MASS PRIVATIZATION IN BULGARIA AND THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Evgeni Peev
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p4
THE MANAGEMENT OF INFLATION RATE, INTEREST RATE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATE RISKS: A BUSINESS EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK
F. J. Mostert, J. H. Mostert
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p5
MANAGERIAL HEDGE (EFFORT) INCENTIVE, OWNERSHIP AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM FOUNDER-CEOS AND NON FOUNDER-CEOS
Haksoon Kim
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p6
WHY DOES ANY FIRM HAVE SEVERAL OWNERS?
Erik Strojer Madsen, Valdemar Smith, Mogens Dilling-Hansen
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p7
ACCOUNTING STANDARDS FOR EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTION DISCLOSURE: THE CURRENT DEBATE
Geoffrey Poitras
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p8
FAMILY CONTROL, AUDITOR INDEPENDENCE, AND AUDIT QUALITY: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE TSE-LISTED FIRMS (1999-2002)
Ching-Lung Chen, Gili Yen, Chung-Jen Fu, Fu-Hsing Chang
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p9
THE EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE OF THE VOLUNTARY INFORMATION DISCLOSURE IN THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF BANKING COMPANIES: THE CASE OF BANGLADESH
Mohammed Hossain, Peter J Taylor
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p10
FIRM PERFORMANCE AND THE OWNERSHIP OF THE LARGEST SHAREHOLDER
Xiaoyue Chen, Jeong-Bon Kim, Steven Shuye Wang, Xiaodong Xu
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p11
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND FRAUD: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
Langnan Chen, Weibin Lin
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p12
COMPLIANCE RISK AND THE COMPLIANCE FUNCTION COULD ENHANCE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE NOT ONLY IN BANKS BUT IN OTHER KIND OF ORGANIZATIONS AS WELL
Rodolfo Apreda
DOI:10.22495/cocv4i3p13
Corporate Governance Experts Global Repository
Merio Honor Честь
Ryoushin Conscience Совесть
Kouki Nobility Доброе имя