Corporate governance around the world continues to develop rapidly and this new edition has been extensively rewritten to reflect these changes. The global financial crisis has led to a whole host of changes in corporate governance requirements, which are analysed by Bob Tricker.
Written by the 'father of corporate governance', this text is an authoritative guide to the frameworks of power that govern organizations. The third edition covers key developments since the financial crisis, including aggressive tax avoidance, executive pay, and whistle-blowing.The book is divided into three clear parts that firstly outline the models and principles of governance, before analysing corporate policy, codes, and practice. International case studies provide real-world examples and a chapter dedicated to global corporate governance illustrates regulation in such diverse regions as Brazil, Russia, the Middle East, and North Africa. This comparative perspective ensures students are able to evaluate the importance of culture in various attitudes to governance. In addition, self-test questions, with solutions provided at the end of the text, enable the reader to directly test their knowledge and assess their progress throughout.This complete approach ensures students have a fundamental understanding of all aspects of corporate governance and its essential role in real-world business practice. New to this editionFull coverage of new developments in the subject, including ethical culture, aggressive tax avoidance, attitudes to risk, executive remuneration, and whistle-blowing.Comprehensively updated to address key changes in company law and new corporate regulation.Provides a diverse range of new case studies, including examples from HBOS Bank, Goldman Sachs, and News International.Includes additional coverage of global attitudes to the role of women on executive boards and ideas from around the world on the issue of quotas.
This text provides a comprehensive understanding of the major aspects of corporate governance. It provides an overview of theories, models, processes and issues which make up this constantly developing subject area.
The second edition of A. C. Fernando's bestselling Corporate Governance: Principles, Policies and Practices sheds light on recent corporate problems using a flexible modular format, through a detailed explanation of the corporate governance mechanism and the various incentives within today's governance system, while offering potential solutions in context. With an emphasis on connecting corporate governance to practical management, the book provides cutting-edge material comprising new and unique study tools and fresh, thought-provoking content.
The book studies, analyses and upholds the pillars of corporate governance and its utmost significance in modern times. It explains in detail the concepts and procedures that have been established in this field. Corporate governance is the application of different processes, relations and mechanisms that are used to control and direct business firms. It includes monitoring and checking the various policies, decisions and practices of firms and corporations. This book is a valuable compilation of chapters, ranging from the basic to the most complex theories and principles in the field of corporate governance. Most of the topics introduced in this text cover new techniques and the applications of corporate governance. The textbook is appropriate for those seeking detailed information in this area.