Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets

Posted by Subodh Mishra, Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc., on Sunday, February 24, 2019 Editor's Note: Subodh Mishra is Executive Director at Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc. This post is based on an ISS paper by Kosmas Papadopoulos, Managing Editor and Executive Director with ISS Analytics, the data intelligence arm of Institutional Shareholder Services. Related research from the Program on Corporate Governance includes The Elusive Quest for Global Governance Standards by Lucian Bebchuk and Assaf Hamdani. Analyzing corporate governance at companies in emerging markets can be really tough. A combination of differing regulatory standards, disclosure requirements, market norms, local investor preferences, and more all collude to make the evaluation of governance structures difficult. Giving credit where due, emerging market economies have made significant corporate governance strides over the past decade, as the adoptions and revisions of…

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