Corporate Governance in a Global Economy
– Are U.S. corporations regulated too much? Are they not regulated enough?
– What’s so lucky about “lucky grants”? And who ARE “Lucky CEOs”?
– What’s a Bebchuk Bylaw? Who IS Bebchuk, anyway?
– Should executive pay depend on performance?
– Does corporate accountability hurt the bottom line? Should shareholders have more power?
– Who is harmed when U.S. capital markets lose ground to foreign markets?
These and other questions are taken up in the pages that follow, with a liberal dose of acronyms, such as GG, SOX, LBO, M&A, NASDAQ, TSE, LLC, CFO, and, HLS/PC∗
∗Harvard Law School’s Program on Corporate Governance