This volume focuses on the performance of firms as a measure of the effectiveness of corporate governance, and then attempts to draw conclusions about the relative advantages of different ownership structures. The analysis is based on studies of firms in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations and Exchange Rates, Preface, Part 1. Overview and Synthesis, 1. Corporate Governance in East Central Europe:, 2. Restructuring Strategies of Firms in East Central Europe, Part 2. Foreign-Owned Firms, 1. Tungsram, 2. Glavunion, 3. Fala Ltd., 4. Matra Cukor Rt., Part 3. Domestic Outsider-Owned Firms, 1. Uniontex, 2. Syntex, 3. BRG Radiotechnikai Rt., 4. CS-12, 5. Polfa, 6. DrumetS.A., 7. Stomil-Olsztyn, S.A., 8. Salgglas Svegipari Ltd., 9. ZVU a.s., 10. VebaBroumov, 11. CSAO Teplice a.s., Part 4. Domestic Insiders as Owners, 1. Nivelco Ltd., 2. Organika S.A., 3. Novia, Bibliography, Index, About the Editors
Brada, Joseph C.; Singh, Inderjit