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A short course of lectures
«Corporate Governance and International Business»





CorruptionStakeholder TheorySocial riskFinancial riskGlobal riskRisk seekingRisk Management and Corporate GovernanceEquityUltra viresISO 26000Redefining sustainabilitySustainabilityGood Governance and SustainabilityStakeholders & the social contract: a broader view of corporate governanceCompetitionRegulationRisk aversePublic bodiesSustainability and the Cost of CapitalEnvironmental riskCorporate GovernanceDevelopment of codes of governance and international comparisonsAgency theory and asymmetric powerSystems of governanceKnowledge/Information transferCorporate BehaviourAdverse selectionTransparencyThe role of auditStakeholder/shareholder interestsMotivation for NFPsDefining ethicsMoral hazardPortfolio investment (Financial fund flows)GlobalisationCultural riskGovernance, Ethics and Corporate BehaviourGovernance systems and corporate social responsibilityCharityRisk managementIssues concerning SustainabilityGood governance and corporate behaviourQualitative Intellectual capital mobilityThe concept of global governanceThe role of NGOsResearch findingsThe Audit CommitteeGovernance and stakeholdersThe Ottoman model of governanceSustainabilityRisk transferSummarising SustainabilityInformational needsGovernance issues in NFPsThe Anglo Saxon model of governanceAccounting issuesTransparencyGlobalisation, Corporate Failures and Corporate GovernanceThe 2008 financial crisisRisk avoidanceEducational institutionAgency TheoryThe principles of corporate governanceA Typology of riskRelating social responsibility with governance: the evidenceRisk analysisDisclosureConcluding remarksThe principles of governanceRisk probability profilesResponsivenessDefining sustainabilityRule of lawThe classification of stakeholdersUtilitarianismAvailable resourcesCorporate Governance in non­commercial organisationsHow Globalisation Affects GovernanceFinancial crisis-contagion effect-global crisisMultiple stakeholdingsRisk managingAccountabilityCorporate ReputationStakeholdersRegulation/deregulation and international standardsThe Social ContractDistributable sustainabilityDefinitionsGlobal perspectivesCritiquing BrundtlandCompany managementAccountabilityRisk neutralQuasi public bodyDeveloping a framework for corporate governanceRisk protectionAttitudes to riskTechnical riskISO 26000Risk assessmentEthical ObjectivismComponents of the cost of capitalInflation and NGOsStructure of a charitySystematic riskEthical philosophiesFailures in regulationCorporate Governance PrinciplesRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityManaging riskRisk Management StrategiesEthical RelativismThe Gaia TheoryTeleological EthicsImplications for managersRisk reductionThe Brundtland ReportThe Latin model of governanceDistinguishing features of sectorThe Capital Asset Pricing modelUnsystematic riskMarket integrationParticipationIntra viresThe cost of capital for a businessDetails of Stakeholder TheoryWhat is a stakeholder?Globalisation and corporate governanceEthics, corporate governance and corporate behaviorThe Audit function and the role of regulationTypes of NFP organisationExchange of TechnologyRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityCultureLong term/short term riskRisk analysis: the cost of capitalEfficiency and EffectivenessDeontological Ethics
 
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