1 edition of Corporate governance in the Gulf found in the catalog.
Corporate governance in the Gulf
Includes bibliographical references (p. 321) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD2741 .P54 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||2012379764|
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Stout, a professor of corporate and business law at Cornell Law School, chose the story of how profit-driven decisions at BP led to disaster to open her book The Shareholder Value Myth.
Motivation and outline. The generally documented evidence on the relationship between the quality of corporate governance and shareholders’ value and/or corporate performance is positive, regardless of which governance or investor protection metric is used, country level or firm level (see for example Gompers et al.,Bebchuk et al.,Brown and Caylor,Starks and Wei, Cited by: The machinery for corporate governance of Gulf Union Insurance & Reinsurance Co.
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The BP gulf oil spill: Failed regulatory and corporate governance systems analysed through a regulatory capitalist lens. / McNicholas, Patty; Windsor, Carolyn.
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It is worth mentioning that QCB has issued guidelines on corporate governance in Instructions to Banks book, and guidelines on corporate governance for financial institutions in Important issues of accounting, auditing, finance, taxation, marketing, and managerial issues are covered in each of the selected Gulf countries.
Keywords accounting Auditing business corporate governance development education institutions international business investment management marketing regulation science and technology stock market taxation. Deﬁning corporate governance Part I of this book examines the frameworks and mechanisms of corporate governance, mainly from a UK perspective.
In Chapter 1 we consider a range of deﬁnitions of corporate governance and provide our own deﬁnition of what corporate governance entails. We also introduce a number of theoretical frameworks that.
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