Influences on corporate governance
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Influences on corporate governance


Baker, M. (2006). Private communication, Business in the Community, 29 March.
Brewster, D. (2004). ‘CalPERS wave-making brings flak’, Financial Times Fund Management, 9 August.
Business Week (2004). ‘Special report: corporate governance, investors fight back’, 17 May.
Butz, C. (2003). Decomposing SRI Performance, Geneva, Pictet & Cie.
Cadbury Committee (1992). Report of the Committee on the Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance, London, Financial Reporting Council.
Collins, J. (2001). Good to Great, London, Random House Business Books.
Collins, J. and Porras, J. (1994). Built to Last, New York, Harper Business.
Conference Board (2003). ‘Commission on public trust and private enterprise: findings and recommendations’, New York, Conference Board Inc.
Gimbel, F. (2004). ‘US activist launches hedge fund (for corporate governance)’, FT Fund Management, 19 April.
Institute of Business Ethics (2003). Does Business Ethics Pay: Ethics and Financial Performance, London, Institute of Business Ethics.
Larcker, D., Richardson, S. and Tuna, I. (2005). Ratings add fire to the governance debate’, FT Mastering Corporate Governance, 2 May.
Los Angeles Times (2004a). Ex-exec tells of Adelphia fraud’, 3 April.
Gompers, P., Ishii, J. and Metrick, A. (2001). ‘Corporate Governance and Equity Prices’, Washington, NBER Working Paper no. 8449.
ICGN (2002). Cross Border Proxy Voting, Case Studies from the 2002 Proxy Voting Season, London, InternationalCorporate Governance Network.
IFAC (2003). Rebuilding Public Confidence in Financial Reporting: An International Perspective, New York, International Federation of Accountants.
IFAC (2004). Enterprise Governance: Getting the Balance Right, New York, International Federation of Accountants.
McKinsey & Company (2002). Global Investor Opinion Survey on Corporate Governance, London, McKinsey & Company.
Standard & Poor's Governance Services (2002). Corporate Governance Scores: Criteria, Methodology and Definitions, New York, Standard and Poor's.
UNCTAD (2003). ‘Case study on corporate governance disclosures in the United States of America’, Geneva: TD/B/Com.2/ISAR/19/ Add.5, 31 July.
UNCTAD (2005). 2005 Review of the Implementation Status of Corporate Governance Disclosures’, Geneva: TD/B/COM.2/ISAR/ CRP.1, 17 November.

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