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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Smart Economist: Trends in Corporate Governance

Not too long ago, I posted two Q&As from Smart Economist (Menzie Chinn and Andrew Bernard) along with a new entry where you could submit questions to Fiona Scott Morton on "Consumers and the Internet," and some of you did that. The answers to those questions will be posted sometime today and there is also a new topic that is open for questions:

Q&A 4 -  Trends in Corporate Governance: Sir Geoffrey Owen will answer readers’ questions on the latest developments in European corporate governance, on convergence and divergence trends across countries, on changes in the role of shareholders, and on the comparison between corporate governance in Europe and the United States. Would you like to ask a question?

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