Corporate Governance Worldwide: A Guide to Best Practices for Managers

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Overview

Major corporate scandals in the early years of the 21st century have placed corporate governance at the front and centre of corporate and government priorities. Today, good corporate governance – the rules and practices that govern the relationship between the managers and shareholders of corporations, as well as stakeholders (employees, pensioners and local communities) – has become a must in the modern business environment.

The publication of Corporate Governance Worldwide provides an update of breaking developments in the field and recommendations for how business should react to new governance requirements generated by governments and the marketplace.


A Comprehensive Guide

Corporate Governance Worldwide takes you in logical steps through all major developments in the field, including --

  • the driving forces behind corporate governance,
  • new corporate governance developments in the U.S., the European Union, Asia and Latin America
  • the different requirements of SMEs, family owned enterprises and large multinationals.
  • the responsibilities of boards of directors, CEOs and CFOs,
  • the rights of shareholders and institutional investors,
  • corporate responsibility and what it entails, and
  • Strategic thinking on governance for the future.
Case Studies

More than just a textbook, Corporate Governance Worldwide uses concrete case studies to illustrate its points, including --

  • The Enron and Parmalat scandals,
  • The Vodaphone/Mannesmann merger,
  • The board structures of companies such as Ford and Siemens, and
  • The accounting failures at companies such as Ahold in the Netherlands and Yanguangxia in China.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789284213337
  • Publisher: ICC Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/28/2004
  • Series: ICC Publication Series , #654
  • Edition description: 2004 Edition
  • Pages: 184

Meet the Author

Güler Manisali Darman studied Management at Middle East Technical University, Turkey and has an MBA in Finance. She served as the Executive Director of ICC Turkey for eight years. She is one of the founding members of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Turkey and is a member of the ICC Commission on Financial Services and Insurance. She is currently Financial Coordinator of Bilkent Group composed of sixty-seven companies in various fields in Turkey, and has written numerous articles on financial services and corporate governance.
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Table of Contents

Corporate Governance Around the Globe
Driving Forces Behind Corporate Governance
Board of Directors
Transparency and Disclosure in Financial Reporting
Shareholders’ Rights, Institutional Investors and Global Financial Markets
Corporate Responsibility
Future Prospects for Corporate Governance
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