Download This Article

Vernon P. Dorweiler, Mehenna Yakou


Commerce has reached a global basis. Either trade regulation has eased, or deployment of production facilities has been adopted. Laws and regulations limit commercial practices in individual countries. Below the level of commerce is control of corporations, internally and externally; that is corporate governance. This research is to explore corporate governance, as laws and regulations enforcing control of corporations on a comparative global basis with commerce. While the scope of the research is broad, descriptions are specific to corporate purposes.

Keywords: Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Owners, Managers

How to cite this paper: Dorweiler, V. P., & Yakhou, M. (2007). Corporate governance: an international comparison. Corporate Ownership & Control, 5(1-1), 219-224.