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About this Cambridge Elements series
This new series will focus on the significant emerging field of corporate governance.
Authoritative, lively and compelling analyses will include expert surveys of the foundations of the discipline, original insights into controversial debates, frontier developments, and masterclasses on key issues.
Areas of Interest
Core Theoretical Perspectives
Regional Institutional Diversity
Empirical Studies of Corporate Governance in Practice
About the editor-Thomas Clarke
Thomas Clarke is Professor of Corporate Governance at the UTS Business School of the University of Technology Sydney. Previously he was a Foundation Professor at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and is the inaugural Sir Adrian Cadbury Scholar of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN). His work focuses on the institutional diversity of corporate governance and his most recent book is International Corporate Governance (Second Edition 2017). He is interested in questions about the purposes of the corporation, and the convergence of the concerns of corporate governance and corporate sustainability.
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Contact the Editors
If you would like more information about this series, or are interested in writing an Element, email Thomas Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Clarke "Corporate Governance: An Introduction"
William Lazonick and Matt Hopkins "Executive Pay: Analysis and Critique"
Morten Huse "The Value Creating Board"
Toru Yoshikawa "Asian Corporate Governance: Trends and Challenges"