Corporate Governance: Principles, Policies and Practices

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OUP Oxford, Mar 29, 2012 - Business & Economics - 546 pages
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Taking an international perspective, Bob Tricker examines different models and theories of corporate governance and applies them in a real world context. The author is highly experienced in this field and his practical discussion throughout allows students to appreciate the reality of governance. In this new edition corporate governance theories, the governance of corporate risk, and corporate social responsibility and sustainability are all now more prominent. In addition, more emphasis is given to the BRIC nations to reflect their growing importance. An Online Resource Centre accompanies the text and includes: For lecturers: teaching notes for cases in the book, additional cases studies, group exercises, PowerPoint slides, teaching notes for projects and exercises in the book For students: an 'ask the author' forum, a corporate governance blog, links to corporate governance codes and useful websites, additional information on case studies.
 

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Contents

Policies
171
Practices
301
Appendix 1 Corporate Governance Codes Around the World
497
Appendix 2 Enron
505
Appendix 3 The Evolution of the UK Corporate Governance Code
507
Appendix 4 The New York Stock Exchange Corporate Governance Listing Standards
511
Appendix 5 Answers to EndofChapter SelfTest Questions
525
Index
535
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Bob Tricker is Honorary Professor at the University of Hong Kong School of Business; Visiting Professor at Hong Kong Baptist University and Hong Kong Open University; Founding Editor of Corporate Governance: An International Review.

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