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The link from scholarly research to front-page headlines is rarely as tight as for the topic of financial control within the modern corporation. On March 14-15, a group of researchers met for a two-day workshop at the UC Berkeley Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE) to consider current perspectives on comparative corporate governance - the rules that establish property rights and authority relations within the firm. Coming from several different disciplines and geographic specialties, the group was well placed to question the priorities of corporate governance in the United States - transparency, shareholder control, and smoothly functioning takeover markets.
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