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Mid-Markets Publications

Book

  1. Business Cycle Indicators Handbook
    The Business Cycle Indicators Handbook, describes in detail the series in the BCI report and database, and includes articles discussing the value and use of the cyclical indicator approach. (Book, June 2001)

  2. Corporate Governance Handbook 2005: Developments in Best Practices, Compliance, and Legal Standards
    In addition to bringing the 2003 report Corporate Governance Best Practices: A Blueprint for the Post-Enron Era up-to-date, this report is intended to provide boards and management with a compendium of the leading corporate governance practices. (Book, July 2005)

  3. Corporate Governance Handbook 2007: Legal Standards and Board Practices
    This handbook is intended to be an easy-to-use compendium of rapidly evolving laws and rules and the best practices adopted by leading companies. (Book, July 2007)

  4. Corporate Governance Handbook: Legal Standards and Board Practices (Third Edition)

    Revised in 2009, this handbook presents an easy-to-use compendium of rapidly evolving laws and regulations and the best practices adopted by leading companies.

    (Book, September 2009)

  5. Fighting Corruption in East Asia: Solutions From the Private Sector

    This book describes the efforts of Western and Asian companies to develop good standards of business conduct in their East Asian operations.

    (Book, October 2003)

  6. Handbook on Corporate Political Activity: Emerging Corporate Governance Issues

    This handbook offers an overview of the legal rules and standard practices related to political activity, as well as a discussion of internal oversight of political spending.

    (Book, November 2010)

Case Studies

  1. Allianz SE

    A company profile from the 2015 report Driving Revenue Growth through Sustainable Products and Services.

    (Case Studies, June 2015)

  2. BASF

    A company profile from the 2015 report Driving Revenue Growth through Sustainable Products and Services.

    (Case Studies, June 2015)

  3. Blurring External Boundaries: Case Studies from L’Oréal, Travelex, and Haier

    Company profiles from L’Oréal, Travelex, and Haier show that digital transformation enables and often requires collaboration between organizations. If necessity is the mother of invention, then digital transformation is the necessity that drives companies that were once separate, self-reliant entities to reach out to other organizations and individuals.

    (Case Studies, August 2017)

  4. Booz Allen Hamilton

    A company profile from the 2015 Key Business Issues report Future-Skilling Your Workforce: Leveraging People Strategies for Developing Future Capabilities.

    (Case Studies, August 2015)