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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN BRIC’S CORPORATE GOVERNANCE WITH A FOCUS ON RUSSIA – INNOVATION OR IMITATION?Download This Article
The practice of joint-stock companies in Russia and other BRIC countries suggests that the development of the corporate sector and the stock market requires a corporate governance level of the companies that corresponds to international standards.
The Russian Code of Corporate Conduct was implemented in 2002 and has not been revised for many years. The same is true for Codes of other BRIC countries. 2013 the situation has changed. Russia published a Draft Code of Corporate Governance that should reflect the changes in Russian Corporate Governance over the last 10 years. The paper critically analyses this draft code and gives implications about the future of corporate governance in Russia. We are doing so in comparing Russian Corporate Governance Initiatives with those of other BRIC countries.
Keywords: Corporate Governance, Ownership, Control, Russia, BRIC, Code
How to cite this paper: Braendle, U. C. (2014). Recent developments in BRIC’s corporate governance with a focus on Russia – Innovation or imitation? [Conference issue]. Corporate Ownership & Control, 11(3-1), 369-380. https://doi.org/10.22495/cocv11i3conf1p6