Corporate Governance and Firm Performance
Emerald Group Publishing, Apr 16, 2009 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
While Advances continues to publish papers from any area of Finance, the focus of this issue is on corporate governance, broadly defined as the system of controls that helps corporations and other organizations effectively manage, administer, and direct economic resources. Included in the volume are papers focusing on: the impact of deregulation and corporate structure on productive efficiency; the effectiveness of the fraud triangle and SAS; board monitoring and access to debt financing; institutional investors; and managerial stability and payout policy.
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Egoism or autonomy?
Chapter 3 Common fate crisis and cooperation in social dilemmas
Chapter 4 Sex differences in cooperation and prosocial behavior
Chapter 5 Differentiating between grateful and indebted reactions to receiving help
Chapter 6 A status theory of collective action
The effects of institutional versus generalized trust
Determining what to sanction
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