Corporate Governance, Ethics And Csr

Corporate Governance, Ethics and CSR [Repost]  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at July 30, 2015
Corporate Governance, Ethics and CSR [Repost]

Justine Simpson - Corporate Governance, Ethics and CSR
Published: 2013-04-03 | ISBN: 0749463856 | PDF | 296 pages | 2.52 MB

Corporate Governance, Ethics and CSR  

Posted by avava at March 26, 2013
Corporate Governance, Ethics and CSR

John Taylor, "Corporate Governance, Ethics and CSR"
Publisher: Kogan Page | ISBN: 0749463856 | 2013 | PDF | 296 pages | 4.4 MB
Corporate Governance, Organization and the Firm: Co-operation and Outsourcing in the Global Economy (repost)

Corporate Governance, Organization and the Firm: Co-operation and Outsourcing in the Global Economy by Mario Morroni
English | 2009-03-31 | ISBN: 1847208207 | PDF | 243 pages | 1 MB
The Embedded Firm: Corporate Governance, Labor, and Finance Capitalism [Repost]

Cynthia A. Williams, Peer Zumbansen - The Embedded Firm: Corporate Governance, Labor, and Finance Capitalism
Published: 2011-09-26 | ISBN: 1107006015 | PDF | 498 pages | 3 MB
Corporate Governance, Organization and the Firm: Co-operation and Outsourcing in the Global Economy

Mario Morroni - Corporate Governance, Organization and the Firm: Co-operation and Outsourcing in the Global Economy
Published: 2009-03-31 | ISBN: 1847208207 | PDF | 243 pages | 3 MB
The Embedded Firm: Corporate Governance, Labor, and Finance Capitalism

The Embedded Firm: Corporate Governance, Labor, and Finance Capitalism By Cynthia A. Williams, Peer Zumbansen
2011 | 498 Pages | ISBN: 1107006015 | PDF | 3 MB
Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis: International Perspectives (repost)

Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis: International Perspectives by William Sun, Jim Stewart and David Pollard
English | 2011 | ISBN-10: 1107001870 | 416 pages | PDF | 2,3 MB

Over the last two decades there has been a notable increase in the number of corporate governance codes and principles, as well as a range of improvements in structures and mechanisms.
Organising the Firm: Theories of Commercial Law, Corporate Governance and Corporate Law

Petri Mantysaari, "Organising the Firm: Theories of Commercial Law, Corporate Governance and Corporate Law"
Publisher: S.ri.g.r | ISBN: 3642221963 | 2011 | PDF | 159 pages | 2 MB

The theoretical basis of commercial law, corporate governance law, and corporate law is still unsatisfactory. There essentially is no theory of commercial law, and existing theories of corporate governance and corporate law cannot explain the behaviour of firms or the contents of existing regulation. This book proposes a coordinated solution for all three areas. The starting point is that all three areas deal with the organisation of firms.
Corporate Governance in Asia 2011: Progress and Challenges

Corporate Governance in Asia 2011: Progress and Challenges
OECD | 10 Mar 2011 | ISBN: 9264096783 | 90 pages | PDF | 5 MB

This report summarises the results of a stocktaking exercise to determine progress made to date and the challenges remaining in the implementation of these recommendations. Included in this book are valuable insights into corporate governance rules and practices of listed companies in Asia, notably: shareholder rights, the protection of non-controlling owners, transparency and disclosure, as well as the role of company boards.

Corporate Governance and Labour Management  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at June 3, 2007
Corporate Governance and Labour Management

Corporate Governance and Labour Management: An International Comparison by Howard Gospel (Editor), Andrew Pendleton (Editor)
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA (December 10, 2004) | ISBN-10: 0199263671 | PDF | 2,6 Mb | 400 pages

This book is about the relationship between corporate governance regimes and labour management. It examines how finance and governance influence employment relationships, work organization, and industrial relations by means of a comparative analysis of Anglo-American, European, and Japanese economies. The starting point is the distinction widely found in the corporate governance, business systems, and political economy literature between countries dominated by 'shareholder value' conceptions of corporate governance and those characterized by 'stakeholder' regimes.