Compte rendu hebdomadaire de la Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance | 25 mai 2017


Voici le compte rendu hebdomadaire du forum de la Harvard Law School sur la gouvernance corporative au 25 mai 2017.

J’ai relevé les principaux billets.

Bonne lecture !

 

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