Money, Markets and the Middle Kingdom
It’s close to a quarter of a century since the People’s Republic of China embraced the symbol of the capitalist economy: the share market. UQ Business School’s Caroline Chen says reforms over recent years are improving corporate governance and will have a knock on effect for investor confidence. But the playing field isn’t quite level yet
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The After Life
There is life after politics, but is it in business? When politicians join company boards in Australia, the share price is more likely to drop than when a non-politician is appointed, says UQ Business School research. Don’t shareholders value the expertise that our former leaders bring to the boardroom? Or perhaps it’s a vote of confidence in our democracy?
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