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Brazil: keeping it in the family
(Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2003)
Although recent changes in the legal and institutional framework governing relations between controlling and minority shareholders may help local capital markets develop, major problems persist and serious obstacles to ...
Corporate governance and firm valuation in Brazil
This paper investigates the relationship between the quality of a firm’s corporate governance and firm valuation, as measured by Tobin’s Q, for Brazilian firms listed on the BM&FBovespa from 2010 to 2014. A corporate ...
Inverting the pyramid of values? Trends in less-developed countries
The authors discuss the consistency of transnational companies in their home, as well as in less developed host countries, concerning ethics, values and social responsibility. Ethical behavior offers good reputation, ...
Corporate governance in emerging markets and its impact on finance performance
(Virtus Interpress, 2014)
This paper reviews the theoretical framework of Corporate Governance and multiple issues in which it is evaluated such as agency costs, asymmetric information, insider trading, manipulation of earnings, Board of Directors, ...
Ownership and Control Struture, Corporate Governance and Income Smoothing in Brazil
(Corporate Ownership & Control, 2011)
Do institutional blockholders influence corporate investment? evidence from emerging markets
(Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2018)
This paper examines the relation between firm investment ratios and institutional blockholders for a sample of 6,300 publicly traded firms in 16 large emerging markets for the 2004–2016 period. Results show that independent, ...
Country-level governance quality, ownership concentration, and debt maturity: A comparative study of Brazil and Chile
Manuscript typeEmpirical Research Question/IssueThis study investigates the interplay between country-level governance quality and the capital structure choice at the firm level in Brazil and Chile. We examine the association ...
Insider Trading and Corporate Governance in Latin America: A Sequential Trade Model Approach
(Universidad de San Andrés. Departamento de Economía, 2011)