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Restructuring enterprises and corporate governance in Eastern Europe

Enese Esther Lieb-DoМЃczy

Restructuring enterprises and corporate governance in Eastern Europe

insiders and outsiders

by Enese Esther Lieb-DoМЃczy

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Dissertation (M.Sc.) - University of Warwick, 1995.

StatementEnese Esther Lieb-Dóczy.
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Open LibraryOL18530918M

Corporate restructuring See restructuring. Restructuring The act or process of changing the terms on the assets and/or liabilities of a company. That is, a company may consolidate its debts, significantly change the size and scope of its operations, and take other measures to reduce the strain of continuing operation. Most companies restructure either. governance. In general, corporate governance is a multi-disciplinary issue and reform of corporate governance practices must be carried out with both an institutional and a dynamic approach. Accordingly, corporate governance reform can only be an ongoing and piecemeal process. Any abrupt change to the established system may only do aAuthor: Li.

The purpose of the article is to illustrate the main characteristics of the corporate governance challenge facing the countries of South-Eastern Europe (SEE) and to subsequently determine and assess the extensiveness and effectiveness of corporate governance regulation in these countries. Therefore, we start with an overview on the subject of the key problems of corporate governance in transition. Abstract: After the end of communism enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) were marked by low levels of labor productivity, mainly because of too high employment levels. According to economic theory, the corporate capital structure can be an important element in the restructuring process.

  corporate governance – usa & europe The term Corporate Governance relates to the manner in which an organization should be governed or managed. The concept is more relevant in the case of companies which have germinated or grown based on equity capital taken from investors. Restructuring efforts, including privatisations, and adherence to corporate governance principles would upgrade the operational performance of SOEs and limit the risks they pose to public finances. Recently, the successful listings of Romgaz, Nuclearelectrica and Electrica illustrate investors' increased appetite for state-owned companies with.


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Restructuring enterprises and corporate governance in Eastern Europe by Enese Esther Lieb-DoМЃczy Download PDF EPUB FB2

The early debates about the transition of the enterprise sector in eastern Europe centred on the thesis that the transfer of property rights to private agents was both necessary and sufficient to achieve efficient restructuring.

Several years into the transition, it seems that the relationship between privatization and restructuring is not by: Downloadable (with restrictions). The enterprise sectors of Eastern Europe are undergoing fundamental reform.

This article evaluates alternative forms of corporate restructuring. It emphasizes differences in the sequence in which reforms are undertaken in different countries. In some countries, restructuring is being undertaken by the state before privatization; in some, restructuring is.

This paper is to be concerned with the corporate governance mechanisms’ influence on governance and enterprise restructuring in Southeast Europe (Western Balkans) transition economies: Albania. Request PDF | Corporate finance and restructuring: evidence from Central and Eastern Europe | After the end of communism enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) were marked by low levels.

The lesson learned is that not all forms of private ownership are the same. As this book's in-depth political history of privatization in Central and Eastern Europe demonstrates, the way that assets are privatized matters, both with respect to national economic performance and the successful development of the rule of by: European Commission, the European Corporate Governance Institute and the World Bank.

The Said Business School ‘Restructuring Corporate Governance’ was organized under the auspices of the Leiden-Oxford Programme. This was created in order to link two of Europe’s finest historic universities and offer a variety of programmes in the form ofFile Size: 2MB.

Corporate Governance in Central and Eastern Europe Lessons from Advanced Market Economies Cheryl W. Gray and Rebecca J. Hanson The countries of Central and Eastern Europe need to,rr on the side of stronger and more active corporate governance.

German and Japanese models may offer some Size: 2MB. Downloadable. After the end of communism enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) were marked by low levels of labor productivity, mainly because of too high employment levels. According to economic theory, the corporate capital structure can be an important element in the restructuring process.

But both, empirical evidence on corporate finance in CEE countries and its relation to. It provides readers with a basis for understanding mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring that are introduced into every session of Congress.

The volume provides a complete review of takeovers and mergers in practice, M&A's in theory and practice, the strategic This book brings together conceptual and empirical material in a /5. Corporate Valuation in Eastern Europe: Purpose, Methods, and Industrial Differences.

known issues of maximizing the value of the enterprise as well as the valuation methods and mechanisms were absent in Eastern Europe except for the book value of the enterprise assets. restructuring, and corporate governance. New Jersey: Pearson.

Political economy issues of ownership transformation in Eastern Europe (English) Abstract. In this second chapter of the book, "Corporate Governance in Transitional Economies: Insider Control and the Role of Banks" (report no.

), the focus is on the political economy issues of privatization and by: 4. The dual focus is intended to make the book useful for persons engaged in restructuring and managing enterprises. The book reviews standard financial concepts and tools, adjusts them when necessary to the unique conditions in the ex-socialist enterprises, and then presents the restructuring context and some strategies that are based on the.

7 On Russia and Eastern Europe, see Gerard Roland, "Political Economy Issues of Ownership Transformation in Eastern Europe", in Masahiko Aoki and Hyung-Ki Kim (eds), Corporate Governance in Transitional Economies: Insider Control and the Role of Banks (Washington, DC: World Bank, pp.

The countries of western Europe have seen far reaching corporate governance developments in recent years, ranging from the Cadbury Report in the UK to the Vienot Report in France.

These developments have been discussed in toto in the report of the CEPS working party on corporate governance in by: Privatisation and Corporate Governance in Eastern Europe: The Emergence of Stakeholder Capitalism Abstract An unintended outcome of transition is the emergence of new forms of governance.

Stakeholders other than shareholders influence corporate management to a higher degree than in mature market economies. There is little doubt that corporate governance has become one of the key issues for students of business and management in the s.

The text is the first to draw together the various strands of the debate from economics, finance, and accounting perspectives, and from an international angle that includes discussion of the issues as they relate to governance in the UK, USA, Germany, Japan and.

This paper is to be concerned with the corporate governance mechanisms’ influence on governance and enterprise restructuring in Southeast Europe (Western Balkans) transition economies: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.

The institutional changes and corporate governance mechanisms in national governance systems are essentially important for the.

Corporate Governance and Employment Relations: Spain in the context of Western Europe ruth aguilera Introduction Corporate governance studies have traditionally focused on the relationship between managers and owners and have usually neglected the role of employees.

Recently, there has been various attempts to. 图书Takeovers, Restructuring, and Corporate Governance (4th Edition) 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐 This book brings together conceptual and empirical material in a systematic way. It provides readers with a basis for understanding mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring that are introduced into every session of Congress.

Key elements in post-privatization restructuring include changes in corporate governance, management, labor and capital inputs, and outputs.

Corporate Governance In this study corporate governance involves control over the firm’s major policies about production, investment, and. The contributors investigate both the theoretical groundwork of privatisation and enterprise restructuring as well as recent empirical evidence.

The contributions show that changes in ownership titles are but one part of the story, being closely interwoven as they are with the transformation of corporate governance, enterprise restructuring.

All that has changed since This paper discusses how transition economies are dealing with corporate governance issues and the extra obstacles they have to overcome due to a lack of established financial institution infrastructure. Several case studies from Eastern Europe are by: 8.Eidenmueller, Horst G.

M. and van Zwieten, Kristin, Restructuring the European Business Enterprise: The EU Commission Recommendation on a New Approach to Business Failure and Insolvency (Septem ).

European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) - Law Working Paper No. /; Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 52/