Interlocking Directorates as Corporate Governance in Third World Multinationals: Theory and Evidence from Thailand

Peng, Mike W.
June 2001
Asia Pacific Journal of Management;June2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p161
Academic Journal
Focuses on the paucity of corporate governance research among multinational enterprises (MNE) in Thailand. Patterns of interlocking directorates; Comparison between the network attributes in MNE and non-MNE; Strategic actions undertaken by organizations.


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