corporate governance


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corporate governance

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the balance of control between the stakeholders, managers, and directors of an organization
Translations
gouvernement de l'entreprise
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IFC is providing technical advice to the commission on the revision of the China corporate governance code.
Discussions about good corporate governance derived from agency theory in 1932 when it was developed by Adolf Berle and Gardiner Means.
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Key words: corporate governance, architecture, process, performance, information systems
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Management School, UK) present 11 papers that analyze the relationship between corporate governance and economic development by mainly focusing on the reform of corporate governance, the role of the legal system in corporate governance, and the interconnections between corporate governance and the financial system.
the First Abu Dhabi Corporate Governance Conference was successfully organised today by the Abu Dhabi Center for Corporate Governance (ADCCG), which aims to effectively promote and positively contribute to the development of the national economy by introducing highest standards and practices of corporate governance.
A Deloitte study of 800 North American companies published last year found that well-planned and well-executed corporate governance programs brought about significant business benefits, including enhanced market confidence and reputation management, reduced risk of loss through fraud, improved acquisition integration, better control over management and information systems, standardization of processes and controls, and improved disclosure for stakeholders.
More companies, particularly those that are venture-backed or fast-growing, will adopt policies and procedures to ensure that their corporate governance records are up to date, well organized, and easily accessible," says Gary D.
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EU reform initiatives to modernize company law and enhance corporate governance aimed at strengthening shareholders' rights, reinforcing protection for employees and creditors, increasing the efficiency and competitiveness of European business, and boosting confidence in capital markets; and
JofA: Given the corporate scandals of the past two or three years, what is Business Roundtable doing to help restore confidence in the nation's corporate governance system?

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