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





Available resourcesFinancial riskDefinitionsImplications for managersMarket integrationEthics, corporate governance and corporate behaviorExchange of TechnologyGlobal riskRegulationGlobal perspectivesRisk reductionRisk neutralCorporate ReputationConcluding remarksEducational institutionThe principles of governanceRisk managementGovernance issues in NFPsRisk seekingEthical ObjectivismTransparencyAccountabilityWhat is a stakeholder?ParticipationRisk analysisCorporate Governance PrinciplesThe concept of global governanceRisk avoidanceISO 26000The classification of stakeholdersLong term/short term riskDefining ethicsAgency TheoryCompetitionRisk Management and Corporate GovernanceThe Audit CommitteeThe Social ContractResearch findingsCritiquing BrundtlandDistinguishing features of sectorRisk transferAccountabilityComponents of the cost of capitalThe Gaia TheoryIntra viresGovernance systems and corporate social responsibilitySustainability and the Cost of CapitalStakeholder TheoryHow Globalisation Affects GovernanceQualitative Intellectual capital mobilityMultiple stakeholdingsCompany managementRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityThe Anglo Saxon model of governanceCorruptionGlobalisationRisk Management StrategiesRedefining sustainabilityDevelopment of codes of governance and international comparisonsAttitudes to riskSustainabilityThe Ottoman model of governanceThe 2008 financial crisisGovernance and stakeholdersThe Audit function and the role of regulationMoral hazardDeveloping a framework for corporate governanceAgency theory and asymmetric powerThe Capital Asset Pricing modelInflation and NGOsInformational needsTransparencyRisk analysis: the cost of capitalAccounting issuesCorporate GovernanceDistributable sustainabilityThe role of NGOsRisk probability profilesThe Latin model of governanceSocial riskManaging riskRelating social responsibility with governance: the evidenceEquityThe cost of capital for a businessThe Brundtland ReportStakeholders & the social contract: a broader view of corporate governanceDetails of Stakeholder TheoryEthical philosophiesPublic bodiesStakeholder/shareholder interestsCultureRisk managingIssues concerning SustainabilityA Typology of riskGlobalisation and corporate governanceDisclosureSystematic riskCorporate BehaviourThe principles of corporate governanceRegulation/deregulation and international standardsGood Governance and SustainabilityEnvironmental riskFinancial crisis-contagion effect-global crisisCultural riskTechnical riskSystems of governanceUtilitarianismThe role of auditMotivation for NFPsStakeholdersUnsystematic riskEfficiency and EffectivenessGlobalisation, Corporate Failures and Corporate GovernanceUltra viresDefining sustainabilityTypes of NFP organisationCorporate Governance in non­commercial organisationsTeleological EthicsQuasi public bodyRisk protectionRisk assessmentAdverse selectionEthical RelativismGood governance and corporate behaviourStructure of a charityFailures in regulationRule of lawRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityDeontological EthicsISO 26000Risk averseGovernance, Ethics and Corporate BehaviourPortfolio investment (Financial fund flows)ResponsivenessSummarising SustainabilityKnowledge/Information transferSustainabilityCharity
 
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