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Corporate governance in the Middle East and North Africa.


Corporate governance in the Middle East and North Africa.

Pierce, Chris.

GMB Publishing


367 pages



Global market briefings


This handbook outlines corporate governance practices, contexts, systems, and organizations in every country of the Middle East and North Africa, for policy makers, students, and companies engaged in investment and business development in the region. Governance in the general region as well as 19 specific countries is addressed, including Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Tunisia, and Yemen. Coverage is of the regulatory framework and issues such as corporate structure, ownership, boards, disclosure and accountability, shareholder rights, stakeholder relations, directors' duties, and environmental and social responsibility. Pierce is the CEO of a global governance firm in the UK.

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