Strategies, markets and governance: exploring commercial and regulatory agendasAuthor: Boscheck, Ralf ; Batruch, Christine ; Hamilton, Stewart ; Lehman, Jean-Pierre ; Pfeiffer, Caryl ; Steger, Ulrich ; Yaziji, MichaelPublisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 345 p. : Graphs ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780521868457Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Strategies, Markets and Governance Exploring Commercial and Regulatory Agendas Contents List of Figures, Boxes and Tables Acknowledgments Preface Notes on Contributors page viii x xi xiii Part I 1 Introduction and overview Strategies, markets and governance Ralf Boscheck 1 3 Part II 2 Firm-level Competitive advantage and the regulation of dominant firms Ralf Boscheck 33 35 3 Delegating regulation: Supply-chain management, partnering and competition policy reforms Ralf Boscheck 52 4 Diffusion of corporate governance regulation: France, Germany, the UK and the USA Ulrich Steger 69 5 Corporate governance after Enron et al. Stewart Hamilton 88 6 Tackling healthcare fraud!? Ralf Boscheck 104 7 Watchdog and proxy war campaigns against firms Michael Yaziji 115 8 Oil and conflict: Lundin Petroleum's experience in Sudan Christine Batruch 134 Part III 9 Industry-level How the clean air interstate rule will affect investment and management decisions in the US electricity sector Caryl Pfeiffer 149 151 10 EU water infrastructure management: National regulations, EU framework directives but no model to follow Ralf Boscheck 166 11 Market-testing healthcare: Managed care, market evolution and the search for regulatory principles Ralf Boscheck 191 12 On governing natural resources Ralf Boscheck 208 Part IV Country/International level 13 Governing oil supply: Fiscal regimes, NOCs and the steering of resource-based economies Ralf Boscheck 225 227 14 China -- External imperatives and internal reforms Jean-Pierre Lehmann 259 15 EU constitutional governance: Failure as opportunity!? Ralf Boscheck 277 16 One competition standard to regulate global trade and protection? Ralf Boscheck 301 Part V 17 An observation in closing Addressing the market paradox Ralf Boscheck 319 321 329 Index
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