International corporate governance / Marc Goergen.
By: Goergen, MarcMaterial type: TextPublisher: Harlow, Essex : Pearson, 2012Description: xxii, 311 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cmISBN: 0273751255; 9780273751250 Subject(s): Corporate governance | International business enterprises | | Law July2016DDC classification: 338.6 Online resources: Instructor manual, test bank and Powerpoint slides.
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Index : p. 301-311.
Glossary : p. 285-300.
Includes bibliographical references.
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