The key questions that need to be asked in every corporate governance analysis are ‘who is running the firm’ and ‘how is accountability ensured’. When governance breaks down it is because of too much power concentration or not enough accountability or both.
Practitioner or analyst, concerned with the listed firm or the non-listed, the reader of this book will gain a precise understanding of the causes and take away a practical toolbox for preventing future incidents of corporate governance failure.
VR- und GL-Praxis 10 1. Auflage 2020 101 Seiten, 14 Tab., 2 Abb. kartoniert, 14 x 20,5 cm, 153 g Haupt Verlag CHF 28.00 (UVP) / EUR 28.00 (D) / EUR 28.80 (A)
Harry Korine Harry Korine teaches corporate governance at the London Business School and the Hochschule St. Gallen and strategy at INSEAD. He holds B.A. and B.S. degrees from Stanford University, an M.B.A. from UCLA, and a Ph.D. from INSEAD. He has held assistant Professorships on the faculties of the London Business School and the Pennsylvania State University, been an adjunct professor at INSEAD, served on the boards of several companies and worked as an associate at JP Morgan. His publications include “Entrepreneurs and Democracy: A Political Theory of Corporate Governance” (Cambridge University Press, 2008), “When You Shouldn’t Go Global”, (Harvard Business Review, 2008), “Strong Managers, Strong Owners” (Cambridge University Press, 2014), and “Succession for Change” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017).