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|Title:||Post-Asian financial crisis reforms: an emerging new embedded-relational governance model|
|Citation:||Accounting, Business and Financial History, 2008; 18(3):335-355|
|Janice A. Loftus and John A. Purcell|
|Abstract:||The late 1980s and early 1990s saw rapid economic growth and subjugation of social policy and environmental concerns, as development was driven through the corporate and financial sectors in East and Southeast Asian economies, fuelled by free market reforms as societies edged towards neo-liberalism. The Asian financial crisis was the catalyst for the emergence of a new embedded-relational governance model, which emphasises the social and environmental dimensions of the welfare state, while relying on decentralised civil society initiatives and business self-regulation in implementing corporate social responsibility. This study focuses on corporate governance and financial system reforms introduced in the aftermath of the Asian financial crisis.|
|Keywords:||corporate governance; corporate social responsibility; embedded-relational governance|
|Rights:||© 2008 Taylor & Francis|
|Appears in Collections:||Business School publications|
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