The primary objective of this dissertation is to examine the role of corporate governance in the performance of publicly listed corporations. The normative research suggests that stronger corporate governance should lead to better market performance and a firm’s governance practice should have a positive effect on its market value. This research focuses on Chinese capital markets because of their unique characteristics with respect to elements of corporate governance.
Year Manuscript Completed
Corporate governance China
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationKevin Jih (2008) The Effect of Corporate Governance on Market Reactions to Earnings: A Comparison of A Class and B Class shares in the People's Republic of China, PhD, ePublications@bond, School of Business.
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