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The Business Case for Corporate Governance (Law Practitioner)

by Ken Rushton

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Published by Cambridge Univ Pr (Sd) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business & Management,
  • Company law,
  • Corporate Governance,
  • Management - General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages375
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10437885M
    ISBN 100521871069
    ISBN 109780521871068

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The Business Case for Corporate Governance (Law Practitioner) by Ken Rushton Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book goes beyond the 'what and how' of corporate governance to explore the impact and benefits of good governance for companies and their investors. The contributors are leading market practitioners, investors, academics and consultants who offer their own views based on a wealth of experience.

Enter the terms you wish to search for. Case studies by Stanford GSB faculty that illustrate concepts and lessons in corporate governance. This case is a follow up to HRA, and explains the actions taken by Keller Williams in response to the residential real estate market downturn in and InBaker Hughes was accused of.

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance offers readers a comprehensive coverage of the theories of business ethics and corporate governance. This book emphasizes the importance of ethical principles in overcoming ethical dilemmas in the highly dynamic business world of today.

Contents Corporate Governance Edinburgh Business School vii Review Questions 5/30 Case Study 5/39 Module 6 Risk Management 6/1 Introduction 6/1 How the Understanding of Risk Developed 6/3File Size: KB. A review is presented of the book "The Handbook of International Corporate Governance." Chambers' Corporate Governance Handbook: Sixth Edition.

Dawson, Fraser // Business Law International;Jan, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p No abstract available. Corporate Governance. Buckley, Adrian // Accountancy;Jan, Vol.

96 Issuep Reviews the. The company is pitching self-governance as a way to fix problems like hate speech and disinformation. Janu Every Family Business Needs an Independent Director. Organizational. The business case for corporate governance.

[Ken Rushton;] -- A fresh look at the practical benefits of good corporate governance written by experienced practitioners. This book goes beyond the 'what and how' of corporate governance to explore the impact and benefits of good governance for companies and their investors.

These cases are available free to registered educators at Click on a case title below to access its record. Corporate Governance. #N#A Meeting of the Minds: How do Companies Distribute Knowledge and Workload Across Board Committees. David F Larcker, Brian Tayan and Christina Zhu. Topics: Board of directors; Board committees.

solutions to the corporate governance challenges facing companies in the region. We thank the members for their contribution to the Roundtable, and commend them for their work to demonstrate the business case for corporate governance to companies throughout Latin America and File Size: 2MB.

The purpose of this article is to provide a general summary of the key value propositions evident in the research on the business case for corporate social responsibility (CSR), described as four general ‘types’ of the business case, or four modes of value creation. It then presents a critique of these approaches (including identifying some problems inherent in the construct of CSR itself Cited by: The UK's lead in governance lies probably in the timing of its corporate scandals.

The Cadbury Code was a response to the Maxwell and Polly Peck scandals of that period. The code system, introduced by the UK as a result, helped protect UK companies and their shareholders from the impact of subsequent excess at the height of the stock market.

'An excellent and very comprehensive book. It should become a standard reference on corporate governance', Colin Mayer, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. International Corporate Governanceprovides a thorough introduction to the state of the art of corporate governance research and practice.

It covers a wide range of topics 5/5(1). Written by leading subject expert Christine Mallin, Corporate Governance combines clear, straightforward coverage of theory with a wealth of topical examples of corporate governance to introduce students to both the essential principles of the subject and how they apply in practice.

Extracts from the Financial Times, case studies, and questions for discussion ensure the 4/5(3). This paper pretends to do a theoretical approach of Corporate Governance, having as support some case studies about companies like Coca-Cola, Nokia, Microsoft, and : Eduardo Gando Manuel.

business ethics and corporate governance. This textbook covers the issues related to corporate governance, business ethics, risk Hence, this book is written with the manager and the potential manager in mind. When we look at the general scenario of Continuing Education in File Size: 1MB.

Corporate governance is the structure of rules, practices, and processes used to direct and manage a company. A company's board of directors is. This Enron case study presents our own analysis of the spectacular rise and fall of Enron.

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Matteo Tonello is Director of Corporate Governance for The Conference Board, Inc. This post is based on a Conference Board Director Note by Archie B. Carroll and Kareem M. Shabana, and relates to a paper by these authors, titled “The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Concepts, Research and Practice,” published in the International.

Tricker: Corporate Governance 3e Additional information on cases in the book. Unlike 'Harvard' style case studies, which often include a great deal of information, not all of it necessarily relevant, the vignette cases in the textbook have been written to describe the bare bones of a situation.

CASE STUDY: THE COLA CONUNDRUM (This case study is based on reports in the print and electronic media, and is meant for academic purpose only. The author has no intention - Selection from Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, Second Edition [Book].

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Stimulating Performance and Improving Operational Efficiency 2. Improving Access to Capital Markets 3. Lowering the Company’s Cost of Capital and Raising.“Corporate Governance is the system by which business corporations are directed and controlled.

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