Category Archives: Corporate governance

What changes are needed for a meaningful reform in public oversight and corporate governance?

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On May 18, 2013, “Mexico Grows at Slowest Pace in Three Years” was the title of a story in the Wall Street Journal. The Pact for Mexico “has already led to passage of sweeping education and telecommunications overhauls, increasing hopes that an oil-sector reform planned for the second half of the year will be equally ambitious.” Continue Reading

Deepwater safety

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The serious issues of corporate governance and regulation in the shadow of the Macondo incident have not yet been addressed in the many post-accident studies that have been released. On April 20, 2010, a joint BP-Transocean safety audit team boarded the Deepwater Horizon for an inspection of the safety practices of the crew and the Continue Reading