Corporate Governance in Arab Countries: Specifics & Outlooks
Publishing house Virtus Interpress introduces a book focused on the peculiarities of the national approaches to corporate governance in Arab countries, titled "Corporate Governance in Arab Countries: Specifics & Outlooks".
- ISBN: 978-617-7309-01-6
- Edited by: Dima Jamali, Virginia Bodolica, Yulia Lapina
- Number of pages: 220
- Published: 2018
- Cover: hardcover/ebook
How to cite: Jamali, D., Bodolica, V., & Lapina, Y. (Eds.). (2018). Corporate governance in Arab countries: Specifics & outlooks. Sumy, Ukraine: Virtus Interpress.
Synopsis: Over the past two decades, the theory and practice of corporate governance have been undergoing continuous transformation to become one of the most important issues of our time. Having initially focused on strengthening the relationship between firm investors, its top management team and board of directors, the corporate governance domain currently embraces a much broader perspective to acknowledge complex realities and the multifaceted nature of dynamics surrounding organizational players and their stakeholders.
The book represents an important contribution to the raising debate about corporate governance in seven Arab countries: Saudi Arabia; Libya; Egypt; the UAE; Qatar; Jordan; Tunisia and MENA region. This book is edited by a team of scholars with expertise in the field of corporate governance and emphasis on Arab countries: Prof. Dima Jamali, Prof. Virginia Bodolica, and Dr. Yulia Lapina. A total of 13 co-authors (representing 7 countries) contributed to this book. The book is composed of three parts, unfolding progressively from a general presentation of extant governance infrastructures in the Arab world to a more detailed evaluation of specific governance devices in a given country.
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