International Corporate Governance (1st Student Manual/Study Guide)
By: Marc Goergen (author)Paperback
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International Corporate Governance provides a thorough introduction to the state of the art of corporate governance research and practice. It covers a wide range of topics, including corporate control, regulation, behavioural issues and the role of stakeholders in corporate governance. The text not only reflects the multidisciplinary nature of corporate governance, but it also adopts an international perspective by highlighting the major differences in corporate control and corporate governance practice across the world. While rigorous, the text avoids needless jargon and uses language that is accessible to a wider audience. It also makes a critical assessment of current regulation, practice and research findings.
Marc Goergen is Professor of Finance at Cardiff Business School and a Research Associate of the European Corporate Governance Institute. He has published widely on corporate governance and corporate finance including in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, Journal of Financial Intermediation and the Journal of Corporate Finance.
Part I -- Introduction to Corporate Governance 1 Defining corporate governance and key theoretical models 2 Corporate control across the world 3 Control versus ownership rights Part II -- International Corporate Governance 4 Taxonomies of corporate governance systems 5 Incentivising managers and the disciplining of badly performing managers 6 Corporate governance, types of financial systems and economic growth 7 Corporate governance regulation in an international context Part III -- Corporate Governance and Stakeholders 8 Corporate social responsibility and socially responsible investment 9 Debtholders 10 Employee rights and voice across corporate governance systems 11 The role of gatekeepers in corporate governance Part IV -- Improving Corporate Governance 12 Corporate governance in emerging markets 13 Contractual corporate governance 14 Corporate governance in initial public offerings 15 Behavioural biases and corporate governance Part V -- Conclusions 16 Learning from Diversity and Future Challenges for Corporate Governance Part VI -- Glossary
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1st Student Manual/Study Guide
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