In the international scenario, the European Union (EU) is a peculiar political actor, an organization partially intergovernmental and partially supranational (Nugent, 2010).
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Analysis of the Correlation between Corporate Governance and the Economic-Financial Performance of the Economic Entities
The performance of the economic entity (firm, corporation) is given by the efficiency- effectiveness binomial on the one hand, but also by the way the entity is governed, on the other.
Corporate governance and auditor independence can be viewed as two sides of a coin. They are thus intertwined to a significant extent, with one (auditing) lending support to the other (corporate governance). Corporate governance is a topical issue
After analyzing environments Rosenborg Football Club operate in we introduce the regional-global model as a new organizational model in order to explain the success of the team using insights from managerial cognition and chaos theory. The success of the club in the years
Establishing Stock Market Attractiveness and Investment Infrastructure in Uzbekistan through Effective Implementation of Corporate Governance Mechanisms
Over the years, large scale of economic reforms has been undertaken in Uzbekistan in order to develop necessary measures to improve investment climate. Compared to GDP, the annual turnover of stock market is 550 times smaller in Uzbekistan
This paper discusses the concept of corporate governance and its application as well as its development in the case of Uzbekistan.
The study concludes that the key setback to corporate governance in Nigerian banks is non-adherence to principles and death of the understanding of the theories and mechanisms of corporate governance.
Paper tries to bring out the fact that there is a significant relationship between corporate governance and the management of risk and that corporate governance is one of the main means by which a company can manage risk.