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This collection includes a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives that can be used in historical analysis of corporate governance. The chapters focus on specific historical phenomena and particular periods of time, thus providing a rich overview of the problems and challenges of corporate governance. Characteristic to all articles is a comparative approach that helps to put specific findings into historical perspective. The book offers important insights into key topics in the governance literature such as the relationship between ownership and management, the problems and challenges of family business, and the separation of management and ownership. Printed Pages: 284.