Institutional Investors Exercising Shareholder Voting Rights in Japan

  • Yumiko Miwa


Corporate Governance Institutional Investor Pension Fund Public Pension Asset Investment 
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© Nobuyuki Demise, Yumiko Miwa, Mariko Nakabayashi, Yoko Nakoshi 2006

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