Index
The letter n following a page number indicates a reference in the footnotes.
a
Adverse selection 94 , 99
Agency costs 5 , 15 , 16 , 18 , 89
Agency problems 1 , 16 , 17 , 88 , 91 , 99
Agency theory 9 , 10 , 11 , 15 , 21 , 22 ;
of debt 108 -10;
of ownership structure 89 - 91
Aghion, Philippe 110 , 112
Agrawal, Anup 113
Air China 127
Alchian, Armen 10 , 15 , 17 , 19 , 38
Allen, Franklin 58
American Depository Receipts 28
Amihud, Yakov 113 , 114
Anderson, Christopher 115
Ang, James 89 , 94 , 97
Anshan Iron and Steel Group 127
Aoki, Masahiko 57
A-shares 37 , 49 , 96
Asian Financial Crisis 34
Asquith, Daniel 77
Asset Management Companies (AMCs) 130 , 137 , 142
Assets:
appropriation 3 , 89 , 99 ;
bookvalue of 115 ;
expropriation 60 , 89 ;
human assets 19 , 154 n;
net 95 , 108 ;
physical 154n ;
replacement costs of 91 ;
specificity 21 ;
substitution 108,110 , 113 ;
total 33 , 91 , 92 , 95
Authority 10 , 15 , 18 , 19

b
Baer, Herbert 121 , 148
Bank:
loans 37 , 54 ;
main bank system 54 -5, 61 ;
role of corporate governance mechanism 91
Bankruptcy 28 , 100
Banz, Rolf 94
Baoshan Iron and Steel Group 127
Barca, Fabrizio 13 , 25
Barclay, Michael 67 , 69 , 111 , 121
Beatty, Randolph 78
Beijing Tianqiao Department Store 32
Bengbu Thermal Electricity Station 137
Benxi Iron and Steel Corporation 127
Berger, Philip 113 , 114 , 116
Berglof, Eric 17 , 20 , 111
Bergstrom, Clas 69
Berle, Adolf 10 , 12 , 13 , 15 , 21 , 89 , 90
Berndt, Markus 154 n
Blair, Margaret 2 , 12 , 13 , 14
Board of directors 6 , 12 , 14 , 21 -7, 47 , 55 -7, 88 , 108 , 153 n
Bolton, Patrick 21 , 91 , 99 , 103 , 110
Bonds:
corporate 35 , 37 ;
treasury 35
Bonus schemes 34 , 38
Booth, James 47 , 48 , 77 , 78 , 82
Booth, Laurence 105 , 113 -16, 120 , 121 , 148 , 150
Boycko, Maxim 25 , 99
Bradley, Michael 112
Brainard, William 91
Brennan, Michael 47 , 69 , 82 , 86
Brook, Yarib 93
B-shares 28 , 36 , 37 , 96 , 154 n
Bureau of State Asset Management 80 , 93 , 155 n
Burkart, Mike 24

c
Cadbury, Sir Adrian 2 , 5 , 25 , 51 , 57
Campbell, John 74
Campbell, Tim 64
Capital Asset Pricing Model 94
Capital markets 9 , 32 -8, 106

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