Our own Christine Hurt will be featured in the Business Associations section ...
Business Associations and Governance in Emerging Economies
Moderator: Brett H. McDonnell, University of Minnesota Law School
Virginia Harper Ho, University of Kansas School of Law
Nicholas C. Howson, The University of Michigan Law School
Christine Hurt, University of Illinois College of Law
Kellye Y. Testy, University of Washington School of Law
Commentator: Jodie Kirshner, University Lecturer, University of Cambridge F aculty of Law, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Emerging economies such as China, India, and Brazil play an increasingly important role in the world economy. Companies based in these economies face their own particular set of challenges in corporate governance. In some ways these problems are the same as those faced in developed economies, and in some ways they are quite different. The challenges, and solutions to those challenges, also vary among emerging economies. Panelists will discuss those challenges and how participants in emerging economies are meeting them. Some panelists are drawn from a Call for Papers; other panelists will comment upon those papers and use them as a launching point for a general discussion of corporate governance in emerging economies.
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