Author(s)/Editor(s) Written and edited by MIYAJIMA Hideaki Publisher Toyo Keizai Inc. ISBN 978-4-492-53389-5 Publication Date February 2017
Table of Contents
Introduction Twenty Years of Corporate Governance Reforms in Japan
Part I Evolution of External Governance and Corporate Behavior
Chapter 1 Bank-firm Relationship following the Emergence of Mega Banks
Chapter 2 Role of Foreign Institutional Investors in Corporate Governance in Japan
Chapter 3 Are Employee Stock Ownership Plans Workable?
Chapter 4 Short-sighted Shareholders and Classified Shares
Part II Corporate Governance and Business Reorganization
Chapter 5 Empirical Analysis of Public-to-private Management Buyouts of Japanese Companies
Chapter 6 Out-of-court Debt Restructuring through Alternative Dispute Settlement
Chapter 7 Has Japanese Companies' Job-cutting Activity Changed?
Chapter 8 Diversification of Japanese Companies and Corporate Financial Policies
Part III Effectiveness of Corporate Governance and Challenges in Governance Reforms
Chapter 9 Evolution of the Corporate Governance Arrangements and Presidential Turnovers
Chapter 10 Corporate Governance and Accounting Fraud
Chapter 11 Corporate Governance Reforms: Current and Future State
Chapter 12 Understanding Factors behind the Poor Performance of Japanese Companies
* This publication is in Japanese. An English translation is not available.