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Title: DO LAW AND POLITICS MATTER IN THE SEPARATION OF OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL IN SINGAPORE'S LARGEST COMPANIES? A CASE STUDY OF PATH DEPENDENCE
Authors: TAN LAY HONG
Keywords: Law, Politics, Separation of Ownership from Control, Path Dependence, Singapore's largest companies
Issue Date: 22-Aug-2012
Citation: TAN LAY HONG (2012-08-22). DO LAW AND POLITICS MATTER IN THE SEPARATION OF OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL IN SINGAPORE'S LARGEST COMPANIES? A CASE STUDY OF PATH DEPENDENCE. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis seeks to cast doubts on the "law matters" theory of corporate ownership. It posits that the "politics matter" theory is a better explanation for corporate ownership. The thesis used path dependence as a broad theory to explain Singapore's corporate ownership structures, which theory embeds culture and economics as key determinants of corporate ownership.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/50364
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