Cuhk business school research reveals an alternative mechanism governing listed state-owned enterprises in china

Hong kong, china, March 28, 2019: Corporate governance has been getting more attention in China as the country takes the prominent stage in global economy. While most listed companies in China are making efforts in improving their accountability and transparency, a report [8] released by the Hong Kong-based non-profit organisation Asian Corporate Governance Association (ACGA) shows that 68 percent foreign investors still find it very difficult to engage with A-share firms. So, what are the solutions? How can Chinese authorities regulate the listed companies, especially the listed State-Owned Enterprise (SOEs) that are usually seen as less disciplined than non-SOEs? Entitled “Punish One, Teach A Hundred: The Sobering Effect of Punishmenton the Unpunished [9]”, the research study by CUHK Business School looks in an alternative corporate governance mechanism of how observing peer companies being punished for wrongdoings will have an effect among Chinese SOEs. The study was conducted by Jin Xie [10], Assistant Professor of School

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Jaipuria School of Business, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad has been awarded for Best Management College in North India for Placement

Ghaziabad, March 15, 2019: Jaipuria School of Business, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad has been recognized as the Best Management College in North India

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CFA Institute press release : Applications open for CFA Institute Young Women in Investment initiative 2019

Kolkata, February 28, 2019: CFA Institute, the global association of investment management professionals, invites applications for its Young Women in

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The Future Of Work Demands A Good Education

U.K, February 27, 2019: Last year I highlighted the huge importance of learning new skills in the wake of losing one’s job. 

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