Corporate Governance in the Philippines and Switzerland―A Comparison of the Institutional Environment and Practices

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Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets Theories, Practices and Cases, 2014, pp. 351 - 371
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This chapter reviews the corporate governance environment of the Philippines and Switzerland by comparing and contrasting the experiences and practices of businesses in these two countries. The comparison between an economically developed country and a developing one provides an insight into the challenges both countries face in implementing corporate governance reforms. The theoretical scope is explored by emphasizing the institutional framework of both countries. Underlying economic measures are also provided placing the context of corporate ownership and board experience.
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