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October-January 2004 / Theme of the Issue: Corporate Governance
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Theme of the Issue: Corporate Governance

Russian Oligarchs: a Quantitative Assessment
Sergei Guriev, Andrei Rachinsky

What Do Firms Disclose and Why? Enforcing Corporate Governance and Transparency in Central and Eastern Europe
Anete Pajuste

Corporate Governance in Poland: a History of Experimenting and Learning
Krzysztof Obloj

Corporate Governance and Market Valuation in China
Chong-En Bai, Qiao Liu, Joe Lu, Frank M. Song, Junxi Zhang

Do Good Governance Provisions Shelter Investors from Contagion? Evidence from the Russian Crisis
Anete Pajuste

Corporate Law and the Governance Mechanism in Russia
Ichiro Iwasaki

Enforcing Corporate Governance
Erik Berglof, Stijn Claessens

«The Outcome of Russian Public Capital Markets is not Assured»
Interview with William Goetzman

Ownership Composition, Corporate Governance, and Performance: Evidence from the Czech Transition
Andrew Weiss, Georgy Nikitin

Czech Mate: a Case of Insider Expropriation
Mihir Desai, Alberto Moel

Discussion

The Threat of Minority «Squeeze Outs» in Russia
William Browder

«I want to create a Mechanism for Transforming a Public Enterprise into a Private One»
Viktor Pleskachevsky

From Research to Policy

Challenges for Transition Economies, Challenges for the World Bank
Johannes Linn

Progress in Transition and the Link to Growth
Alan Russo

Infrastructure in Transition: Regulation and Private Sector Participation
Alan Russo

Russian Rail Restructuring: Some Steps Taken, Some Remaining
Russell Pittman

World Development Report 2005: Findings and implications for the Europe and Central Asia Region
Pradeep Mitra

How Slovakia Transformed Itself from a «Black Hole» to an Investor’s Paradise
Olga Gyarfasova

Czech Bankruptcy Reform: a Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Ondrej Knot, Ondrej Vychodil

Minimum Wage Increase in Hungary — a Radical Measure with Mixed Results
Miklos Koren

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