Capital Markets and Corporate Governance in Japan, Germany, and the United States: Organizational Response to Market Inefficiencies

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SUBJECT INDEX

a
accounting, disclosure and auditing 107 ;
Germany 114-16 ;
Japan 133 , 134-7 ;
regulation 12-13 ;
US 148-51
Accounting Principles Board (APB) (US) ch.2, notes 191, 195
Acounting Procedures Committee (APC) (US) ch.2 notes 192-3, 196
Accounting Report Amendments (ARA) (Japan) 135 , ch.2 notes 121-8
agency costs:
commercial banks 55-6 ;
definition 7-8 , ch.1 n.2;
financial keiretsu 90-1 ;
holding companies 71-2 ;
investment banks 61-2 ;
investment companies and trusts 48-51 ;
LBOs 81 ;
multidivisional organizations 75-7 ;
ordinary universal banks 66 ;
privileged universal banks 68-9
Aktiengesellschaft (AG) 111-14 , ch.2, n.31, 120;
accounting, disclosure and auditing 114-16
Aktiengesetz (AktG) (Germany) 111 , 114-5 , ch.2 notes 1-23, 29, 42, 55, 57-8, 63-68
Allianz 120 , ch.2, n.6l
anti-trust bodies:
Germany 124 , 125
Arbeitsdirecktor113
assets:
banks of Germany, Japan and US 157 ;
illiquid 53 ;
maturity transformation 52
Aufsicbtsrat:
bank representation 118 , 119 ;
composition 112-14 ;
rights and responsibilities 112

b
Bank Holding Company Act (US) 154 , ch.2 notes 227-8
Bank America 157
Banking Law (Japan) ch.2, n.162
bankruptcy:
banking regulations 21 ;
primary debt markets 31
banks:
agency costs 56 , 61-2 , 66 ;
assets of banks in Germany, Japan and US 157 ;
bond issues 59 ;
commercial 51-6 ;
comparative features 1 , 92 ;
competitive edge of universal banks, 63-4 , 103-4 ;
within a financial keiretsu 82-5 , 87-9 ;
Germany 119-20 , 124-6 ;
governance structures 99-103 ;
insurance 57-8 , 63 ;
and investment 51 ;
investment type 56-62 ;
Japan 139 , 141 ;
knowledge utilization 55-6 , 61 , 64 , 66-8 ;
leveraged buyout organizations 79 ;
maturity transformation 52 ;
mergers and acquisitions 60-1 ;
neoclassical regulation 95-6 , 99 ;
ownership comparison 123 ;
private placements 58 ;
restriction of universal banking 19-23 , 25-6 ;

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vi
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Theoretical Framework 4
  • 2 - Empirical Evidence from Germany, Japan and the United States 111
  • Summary 161
  • Appendices 166
  • Notes 170
  • Bibliography 182
  • Name Index 190
  • Subject Index 193
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