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  1. Like many other markets, stock markets are characterised by asymmetric information. If investors cannot distinguish high-quality from low-quality securities, they will value all securities as average resulting in the well known market for lemons. How can high-quality listed companies communicate with stock markets to distinguish themselves from low-quality listed companies?
    Paperback
    €95.-

  2. This book discusses the effectiveness of four traditional corporate governance mechanisms: board of directors, audit committee, internal control and audit, external audit) as monitoring and (to a lesser extent) entrepreneurial devices.
    Paperback
    €30.-
  3. Listed in Belgium 2004

    Publication date: June 29, 2004

    Belgian law applicable to listed companies has undergone numerous significant changes. A key obstacle for legal practitioners is, however, the accessibility of this new legislation. This Guide untangles the mass of legal rules.
    Hardback
    €72.50

  4. This book enables readers with a tax background to place taxation in the perspective of trade subsidy regulation. For experts in the field of EC state aid regulation and/or the WTO Subsidies Agreement it provides insight in certain tax aspects of both regimes.
    Paperback
    €67.-
 
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