Corporate Governance

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ISBN:

9780198755807

Publication date:

15/05/2017

Paperback

368 pages

Price: 835.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198755807

Publication date:

15/05/2017

Paperback

368 pages

Fifth Edition

Christine Mallin

Building on the success of the last three editions, this textbook provides both undergraduate and postgraduate students with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to corporate governance. As a renowned expert in the field, Mallin draws upon theory and practice to address the latest global developments and uses topical examples to help students place key theories in context.

Rights:  OUP UK (Indian Territory)

Fifth Edition

Christine Mallin

Description

Building on the success of the last three editions, this textbook provides both undergraduate and postgraduate students with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to corporate governance. As a renowned expert in the field, Mallin draws upon theory and practice to address the latest global developments and uses topical examples to help students place key theories in context.

This new edition has been thoroughly revised to incorporate up-to-date coverage of international governance issues, as well as the latest codes and guidelines. The book is packed with case studies and examples to help illustrate the application of corporate governance in real-world scenarios, including clippings from the Financial Times.

Fifth Edition

Christine Mallin

Table of contents

  1. Introduction
Part 1: Developments in Corporate Governance
  1. Theoretical aspects of Corporate Governance
  2. Development of Corporate Governance Codes
Part 2: Owners and stakeholders
  1. Shareholders and stakeholders
  2. Family owned firms
  3. The Role of institutional investors in corporate governance
  4. Socially responsible investment
Part 3: Directors and board structure
  1. Directors and board structure
  2. Directors' performance and remuneration
Part 4: International corporate governance
  1. Corporate governance in Continental Europe
  2. Corporate governance in Central and Eastern Europe
  3. Corporate governance in the Asia-Pacific
  4. Corporate governance in South Africa, Egypt, India, and Brazil
  5. Conclusions

Fifth Edition

Christine Mallin

Features

New to this edition

  • Updated to reflect changes to codes in the UK (UK Corporate Governance Code and Stewardship Code) and many other countries (including the US, European countries and South East Asia countries.
  • More on contemporary governance issues such as directors’ remuneration, the ‘say on pay’, board evaluation, board diversity and succession planning.
  • Additional country coverage, including Egypt and Singapore.
  • Updated articles, research, examples and cases.

Fifth Edition

Christine Mallin

Fifth Edition

Christine Mallin

Description

Building on the success of the last three editions, this textbook provides both undergraduate and postgraduate students with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to corporate governance. As a renowned expert in the field, Mallin draws upon theory and practice to address the latest global developments and uses topical examples to help students place key theories in context.

This new edition has been thoroughly revised to incorporate up-to-date coverage of international governance issues, as well as the latest codes and guidelines. The book is packed with case studies and examples to help illustrate the application of corporate governance in real-world scenarios, including clippings from the Financial Times.

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction
Part 1: Developments in Corporate Governance
  1. Theoretical aspects of Corporate Governance
  2. Development of Corporate Governance Codes
Part 2: Owners and stakeholders
  1. Shareholders and stakeholders
  2. Family owned firms
  3. The Role of institutional investors in corporate governance
  4. Socially responsible investment
Part 3: Directors and board structure
  1. Directors and board structure
  2. Directors' performance and remuneration
Part 4: International corporate governance
  1. Corporate governance in Continental Europe
  2. Corporate governance in Central and Eastern Europe
  3. Corporate governance in the Asia-Pacific
  4. Corporate governance in South Africa, Egypt, India, and Brazil
  5. Conclusions

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