The first meeting of the Latin American Corporate Governance Roundtable was held in São Paulo, Brazil 26-28 April, 2000. The Roundtable was co-hosted by the São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa) with the support of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil and the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance.
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This working paper concentrates on the relevance of the aspirations and commitments set forth in corporate codes in addressing public concerns, focusing in some detail on how these issues are addressed.
This meeting focused on recent developments in insolvency reform and recommended measures to strengthen insolvency systems.
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Proceedings from the conference entitled "The Role of International Investment in Development, Corporate Responsibilities and OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises", held in Paris on 20-21 September 1999.
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September 1999. This paper provides an analytical summary of the discussions on Corporate Responsibilities and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises ...
This meeting explored the impact of privatisation on the changing landscape of global capital markets and the interrelation between pension systems reform and privatisation.
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17 mai 1999. Ce document a pour objet d'exposer dans leurs grandes lignes les questions à traiter lors du réexamen des Principes directeurs de l'OCDE à l'intention des entreprises multinationales.
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This paper by Stilpon Nestor and Ladan Mahboobi discusses the development of the public policy debate on the ownership and control of utilities and the case for their privatisation.
Organised in Seoul on 3-5 March 1999, this meeting discussed country papers on corporate governance arrangements in Asian countries and a set of substantive presentations by experts and consultants, including presentations by OECD, KDI and World Bank experts.
This meeting focused on regulation, competition and privatisation. Participants included high-level privatisation officials and policy makers from non-member countries, experts from international organisations, senior privatisation officials and other representatives from OECD member countries.