Private Equity is a widespread phenomenon in well developed markets such as US,UK and Europe. In Emerging Asia, this book argues how role of private equity is playing increasingly an important role in developing countries such as India and China. What is the economics of the private equity market? What are the implications, which therefore ensue for corporate governance mechanisms in these countries as a result of the new wave of private equity? How are the legal systems in China and India equipped to deal with the new wave of private equity? What are the legal repercussions for the entry of private equity investment into the emerging markets such as China and India? What are the differences found in the corporate governance mechanisms employed between these two countries? In what way does law and economics approach enhances the issue area of private equity and its implications for corporate governance in general and specifically for emerging markets such as India and China? The book aims to answer these questions.