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We are glad to present papers, which have been already accepted to the Conference in Rome.

Below you may find the list of papers accepted for the presentation at the International conference “Past and Future of Corporate Governance: Practices, Reforms and Regulations” Rome (Italy), May 26, 2016:

  1. “REVISITING THE CONTRACTUAL EFFECT OF THE COMPANY’S CONSTITUTION IN CORPORATE OPERATIONS” by Anthony Nwafor
  2. “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYSTEMS ARE INEVITABLY CONVERGING TOWARDS A MODEL BASED ON SHAREHOLDER PRIMACY AND DISPERSED OWNERSHIP” by Aysha Ahmed
  3. “MONETARY CONFORMATION OF THE CORPORATE GOVERNMENTALITY II THE MONETARY SYSTEM AND THE PRIVATIZATION PROCESS” by Eduardo Rivera Vicencio
  4. “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN CHINA: DIRECTORS’ DUTY OF DILIGENCE” by Fang Ma
  5. “SURVEY IMPACT OF GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (GCG) ON ECONOMIC VALUE ADDED (EVA) OF TEHRAN STOCK EXCHANGE” by Freyedon Ahmadi
  6. “THE IMPACT OF THE PRINCIPLES OF GOOD GOVERNANCE ON THE EU INVESTMENT POLICY” by Jagna Mucha
  7. “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN MALAYSIA: LESSONS TO BE LEARNED” by Jerome Chan
  8. “THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF FORMING A SOCIETAS EUROPAEA” by Lars Hornuf, Abdul Mohamed and Armin Schwienbacher
  9. “STRATEGIC RISK MANAGEMENT FOR ENHANCED CORPORATE GOVERNANCE” by Mac Clouse and Hugh Grove
  10. “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CHINESE GHOST CITIES” by Mac Clouse and Hugh Grove
  11. “GENDER DIVERSITY ON BOARD AND STOCK MARKET LIQUIDITY: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE FRENCH MARKET” by N. Loukil, O. Yousfi, and R. Yerbanga
  12. “RISK MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: THE CASE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES” by Noluthando Matsiliza
  13. “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, STRUCTURE AND ACCOUNTABILITY AS AFFECTED BY NATIONAL GOVERNMENT INFRASTRUCTURE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES” by Shame Mugova
  14. “RESCISSION SUITS AS A FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENT TO DERIVATIVE ACTIONS: A THEORETICAL ASSESSMENT” by Stijn De Dier
  15. “INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AUDIT IN GEORGIA” by Tamta Beridze
  16. “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE PAST AND THE PRESENT AND THE NEED TO FILL AN INTERNATIONAL GAP” by Tariq Tawfeeq Yousif Alabdullah
  17. “SHAREHOLDER VALUE, EMERGING ECONOMIES AND THE NEED TO RECONCILE THE CORPORATE OBJECTIVE WITH SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE GOALS” by Vincenzo Bavoso
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