Corporate governance : a synthesis of theory, research, and pratice

Author: Baker, H. Kent
Additionaly authors: Baker, H. Kent--red. | Anderson, Ronald--red. | Anderson, Ronald--red. Publisher: John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (Hoboken) , 2010 Physical description: IX, 676 s. : rys., tab., wykr. 26 cm ISBN:. Keywords: Ład korporacyjny | Ownership | Posiadanie | Własność | Etyka | Ethics | Zarząd | Board of directors | Wynagrodzenie | Compensation | Płynność kadr | Turnover | Udziałowiec | Shareholders | Monitoring | Akcjonariusz | Corporate governance
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1. PART ONE. BACKGROUND AND PERSPECTIVES ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE History, Systems, Best Practices, and Empirical Evidence BAKER H. Kent and ANDERSON Ronald, An Overview of Corporate Governance MITCHELL Lawrance E. and MITCHELL Dalia T., The Financial Determinants of American Corporate
2. Governance: A Brief History ANDRES Christian, BETZER Andre, GOERGEN Marc and METZGER Daniel, Corporate Governance Systems TODD Alex, Corporate Governance Best Practices TURNBULL Christopher Soren Shann, What's Wrong with Corporate Governance Best Practices? BHAGAT Sanjai, BOLTON Brian and ROMANO Roberta, The Effect of Corporate Governance on Performance DENIS Diane K., International Corporate Governance Research Separation of Ownership and Control CLACHER Iain, HILLIER David and MCCOLGAN Patrick,
3. Agency Theory: Incomplete Contracting and Ownership Structure JOO Thomas W., Theories and Models of Corporate Governance NORDBERG Donald, Unfettered Agents? The Role of Ethics in Corporate Governance PART TWO. INTERNAL GOVERNANCE Boards of Directors TONELLO Matteo, Board Composition and Organization Issues FERREIRA Daniel, Board Diversity REZAEE Zabihollah, Board Subcommittees for Corporate Governance Compensation, Ownership, and Turnover GEILER Philipp and RENNEBOOG Luc, Executive
4. Compensation: Incentives and Externalities CONYON Martin J., Compensation Consultants and Executive Pay MACCONNELL John J., MCKEON Stephen B. and XU Wei, Corporate Governance and Ownership Structure HUSON Mark R. and PARRINO Robert, The Effects of Management Turnover on Firm Performance PART THREE. EXTERNAL GOVERNANCE Nonexecutive Shareholders DHERMENR-FERERE Isabelle and RENNEBOOG Luc, Corporate Monitoring by Blockholders BENNEDSEN Morten, PEREZ-GONZALEZ Francisco and WOLFENZON Daniel, The Governance of Family Firms MALLIN Chris, Institutional and Other Shareholders NORDBERG Donald, The Politics of Shareholder Activism Nonequity Stakeholders ANDERSON Ronald, MANSI Sattar and REEB David,
5. Executive Behavior: A Creditor Perspective on Managerial Ownership ADAMS Renee Birgit, Governance of Banking Institutions GOERGEN Marc, BREWSTER Chris and WOOD Geoffrey,
6. Corporate Governance: Nonequity Stakeholders Proxy Contests and Markets SZILAGYI Peter G., Proxy Contests STEGEMOLLER Mike, Corporate Takeovers and Restructurings MARTYNOVA Marina and RENNEBOOG Luc, Corporate Takeovers and Wealth Creation Accounting, Legal, and Regulatory Intervention JONES Renee M., Corporate Governance and Accountability REZAEE Zabihollah, Corporate Governance Rules and Guidelines BRUNO Valentina and CLAESSENS Stijn, Economics Aspects of Corporate Governance and Regulation PART FOUR. ANSWERS TO CHAPTER DICUSSION QUESTIONS

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