Category Archives: Volume 23, Issue 2

The Rise of Independent Directors In Australia: Adoption, Reform, and Uncertainty

LUKE NOTTAGE & FADY AOUN – Anglo-American corporate governance has long remained fixated on ensuring that the interests of dispersed shareholders in publicly listed corporations prevail over competing managerial interests.3 The main solution offered here has been to conceptualize directors as the stockholders’ agents for monitoring managers.4 But the rise of large institutional stockholders in global […]