By Lutgart Van Den Berghe
Corporate Governance In A Globalising global: Convergence Or Divergence? provides a wide and multi-disciplinary debate on company governance structures through integrating educational viewpoints, statistical facts, in addition to box surveys. according to quite a few courses and reviews, the reviews of researchers are grouped into 3 different types: those who think in a convergence into the path of the market-oriented version (with the Anglo-American version because the reference base), those who choose one other kind of convergence, particularly towards a hybrid company governance version (based on cross-reference among varied prime governance models), and people who don't believe in worldwide convergence yet adhere to variety of governance models.
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Insurers are far less important investors while investment funds play a larger role. K. than in the US. The general observations can be better understood by analysing the evolution of the importance of the different categories of shareholders in greater detail. 1 Non-financial sector In the beginning of the 1990s, the non-financial sector held more than 60% of the shares in all Continental European countries except for the Netherlands. S. and Japan approximately 50% of the shares were owned by the non-financial sector.
Does the EU have the opportunity to develop its own governance system where diversity and multicultural values are combined to the advantage of society at large? Until such questions can be answered, European convergence, let alone global convergence, will not be possible. CHAPTER 3 CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE47 As discussed in chapter 2, many leading corporate governance specialists and shareholder activists are convinced that globalisation of the economy in general and of capital markets more specifically will lead to a global convergence of corporate governance principles and models.
Only ranked first until the mid 1980s. K. and especially Switzerland played the leading role. Between 1996 and 1999 the market capitalisation ratio of Switzerland almost doubled to 268%. Increasingly, capital markets serve as a vehicle of raising equity capital by IPOs (Table 2) as well as for attracting extra capital to finance growth and expansion. A striking example of reliance on capital markets to finance growth is the Netherlands. As Table 2 shows, between market-oriented and network-oriented models there was a decrease over time in the difference in the volume of equity finance raised by initial public offerings.
Corporate Governance in a Globalising World: Convergence or Divergence?: A European Perspective by Lutgart Van Den Berghe