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Corporate governance after the financial crisis / Stephen M. Bainbridge.

By: Bainbridge, Stephen M.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2016Edition: Oxford University Press paperback edition.Description: x, 295 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780190496678 .Subject(s): Corporate governance -- Law and legislation -- United States | Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009DDC classification: 346.0664 Summary: What Is Corporate Governance? The Crises and the Federal Responses The Plan of the Work A Note on Omissions 1.Who Makes the Rules? Does Delaware Compete Horizontally? The Emergence of the North Dakota Alternative Delaware's Vertical Competition Where Was Delaware During the Crises? Quack Federal Corporate Governance Regulation 2.The Board's Role The Board's Traditional Functions The Rise of the Monitoring Board Codifying the Monitoring Model Assessing the Monitoring Model Boards After the Crises Why a Board? 3.Director Independence Director Independence in State Law Director Independence in the Stock Exchange Listing Standards and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act The Uncertain Case for Director Independence Incentivizing the Independents What Have We Lost? Did the Fetish for Independence Contribute to the Financial Crisis? A Note on CEO/​Chairman Duality 4.Executive Compensation Contents note continued: Why Do We Care? Executive Compensation under State Corporate Law Executive Compensation Regulation under Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank 5.Internal Controls The Audit Committee Internal Controls Internal Controls -State Law -Sarbanes-Oxley -Risk Management 6.The Gatekeepers The Auditors The Lawyers 7.Shareholder Empowerment Shareholder Rights in State Law Bylaw Amendment via Shareholder Proposal Majority Voting Proxy Expense Reimbursement Proxy Access Assessing Shareholder Empowerment If Investors Valued Governance Participation Rights, the Market Would Provide Them A Note on Proxy Advisory Firms A Note on the Government as Shareholder Conclusion The Global Impact of Federalizing Corporate Governance Can Anything Be Done?
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Includes postscript to the paperback edition.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

What Is Corporate Governance?
The Crises and the Federal Responses
The Plan of the Work
A Note on Omissions
1.Who Makes the Rules?
Does Delaware Compete Horizontally?
The Emergence of the North Dakota Alternative
Delaware's Vertical Competition
Where Was Delaware During the Crises?
Quack Federal Corporate Governance Regulation
2.The Board's Role
The Board's Traditional Functions
The Rise of the Monitoring Board
Codifying the Monitoring Model
Assessing the Monitoring Model
Boards After the Crises
Why a Board?
3.Director Independence
Director Independence in State Law
Director Independence in the Stock Exchange Listing Standards and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
The Uncertain Case for Director Independence
Incentivizing the Independents
What Have We Lost?
Did the Fetish for Independence Contribute to the Financial Crisis?
A Note on CEO/​Chairman Duality
4.Executive Compensation
Contents note continued: Why Do We Care?
Executive Compensation under State Corporate Law
Executive Compensation Regulation under Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank
5.Internal Controls
The Audit Committee
Internal Controls
Internal Controls
-State Law
-Sarbanes-Oxley
-Risk Management
6.The Gatekeepers
The Auditors
The Lawyers
7.Shareholder Empowerment
Shareholder Rights in State Law
Bylaw Amendment via Shareholder Proposal
Majority Voting
Proxy Expense Reimbursement
Proxy Access
Assessing Shareholder Empowerment
If Investors Valued Governance Participation Rights, the Market Would Provide Them
A Note on Proxy Advisory Firms
A Note on the Government as Shareholder
Conclusion
The Global Impact of Federalizing Corporate Governance
Can Anything Be Done?

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