A Premier on Corporate Governance: Turkey takes an in-depth and comprehensive assessment of corporate governance in Turkey at a cross section in time when the country is going through major multidimensional transformations. Structural characteristics of its economy and the historical antecedents of corporate governance are provided to the readers as a background in the first part of the book. External and internal mechanisms of corporate governance are built on this background. Legal system of the country, its company laws, regulatory authorities and the state of the market for corporate control as well as the socio-cultural norms, ways of doing business, and the Turkish code of good governance are examined as the external mechanisms shaping the corporate governance practices of companies in the context. Internal control mechanisms analyzed in this book include the characteristics of the board of directors, ownership structure, and management teams of Turkish companies. In conclusion, the authors discuss current and future corporate governance challenges in the Turkish business context.
|Publisher:||Business Expert Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
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