The governance and operating environment of the AIIB–is the AIIB a potential competitor of the World Bank?

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Zhang, D. 2018. The governance and operating environment of the AIIB–is the AIIB a potential competitor of the World Bank? International Company and Commercial Law Review. 30 (1), pp. 15-28.
AuthorsZhang, D.
Abstract

This article examines the characteristics of the governing rules of the Asian infrastructure investment Bank (AIIB), together with its external environment through the lens of corporate governance, game theory and regime theory. It argues that the governance and the environment of the AIIB facilitate a cooperative relationship with the World Bank.

KeywordsThe AIIB; corporate governance; game theory; regime theory
Year2018
JournalInternational Company and Commercial Law Review
Journal citation30 (1), pp. 15-28
PublisherSweet & Maxwell
ISSN0958-5214
Publication dates
Print19 Nov 2018
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Deposited24 Jan 2019
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