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Abstract

The governance of publicly-held corporations is effectuated by a number of public and private institutions ranging from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to the market for corporate control. These institutions vary enormously in terms of their organizational forms and existential motivations, but they share the common characteristic of contributing to the control of agency costs faced by investors in public companies.

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2006

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