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date: 21 October 2019

(p. ix) List of Figures

(p. ix) List of Figures

  1. 4.1 Correlation of Labor's power and large firm ownership separation in post-war wealthy west 70

  2. 4.2 Shifting political center of gravity 89

  3. 5.1 Percentage of listed companies under majority control 115

  4. 5.2 Percentage of listed companies with a blocking minority of at least 25 percent 115

  5. 5.3 Anti-director index based on LLSV: total index 116

  6. 5.4 Shareholder rights protection index methodology: total index 117

  7. 5.5 Shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: appointment rights sub-index 118

  8. 5.6 Shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: decision rights sub-index 119

  9. 5.7 Shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: trusteeship sub-index 120

  10. 5.8 Shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: transparency sub-index 121

  11. 5.9 Minority shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: total index 122

  12. 5.10 Minority shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: appointment rights sub-index 123

  13. 5.11 Minority shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: decision rights sub-index 124

  14. 5.12 Minority shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: trusteeship sub-index 125

  15. 5.13 Minority shareholder rights protection index by legal origin: affiliation rights sub-index 126

  16. 5.14 Creditor rights protection index by legal origin: total index 127

  17. 6.1 FTSE 100 share index, 1998–2010 140

  18. 6.2 Disciplinary cross-fertilizations in corporate governance 143

  19. 6.3 Average remuneration—FTSE 100 directors, 1999–2008 150

  20. 9.1 Example of a CEO's professional network 210

  21. 9.2 A director network graph 211

  22. (p. x) 10.1 Determinants and consequences of executive compensation 224

  23. 16.1 Product, entrepreneurial, and financial life cycles 352

  24. 16.2 An integrated life-cycle model 355

  25. 18.1 Overall research framework for family business and corporate governance 394

  26. 21.1 The contingent effects of governance mechanisms in business groups 475

  27. 23.1 Canadian venture capital securities, all types of venture capital funds and entrepreneurial firms, 1991(Q1)–2003(Q3) 527

  28. 23.2 Canadian venture capital securities, private independent limited partner venture capitalists and start-up entrepreneurial firms only, 1991(Q1)–2003(Q3) 528

  29. 29.1 Causes and consequences of principalprincipal conflicts 659

  30. 30.1 Layered relationships and embedded agency in the modern organization 674