Corporate, Public and Global Governance (Global Finance) by Kirton

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Wrage, Stephen and Alexandra Wrage (2005). ‘Multinational Enterprises as “Moral Entrepreneurs” in a Global Prohibition Regime Against Corruption’. International Studies Perspectives, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 316–324. This page intentionally left blank PART II Globalisation’s Challenges for Governance This page intentionally left blank Chapter 2 The Needs and Challenges of Global Governance Olivier Giscard d’Estaing Today, the G8’s leaders are dealing directly with the central question of how to build better global governance in both the public and private spheres.

The United Nations receives contributions from each member government. Official development assistance (ODA) is organised by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), in addition to that provided by individual countries. 7 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) to ODA. To achieve this goal, taxes are required, with a parliament to control them. There should be three such taxes. The first should be on oil production, and would include a tax on oil transportation, which pollutes the world’s oceans and coastlines.

In Europe, the debate is over whether the stringent Sarbanes-Oxley Act is driving the world’s firms to take their new listings to exchanges in London and Hong Kong rather than New York, and whether the trans-Atlantic merger of exchanges will end America’s longstanding global financial dominance or import Sarbanes-Oxley into a Europe still determined to follow its own distinctive path of corporate governance. At the same time, an outburst of ‘economic patriotism’ in France, Italy, and Spain is signalling strong European resistance to the globalisation — or even regionalisation — of business, and reinforcing the arguments of firms in Russia that they should be allowed to follow national rules of their own.

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