Prof. Daniel Malan, Trinity Business School, with a blueprint for ethics and integrity to become strategic, effective tools in governance.
How does Corporate Governance Influence Corporate Social Responsibility? In Part 2 of the research feature, Prof. Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School, explores how corporate governance and other mechanisms can positively shape CSR.
Despite ample research on corporate governance (CG) and corporate social responsibility (CSR), there is a lack of consensus on the nature of the relationship between the two concepts, says Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School, as she sheds light in a two-part feature on the full sweep of this bond.
In times of change and crisis, a mark of stability becomes a basis for reassurance and trust. In this context, private equity has performed solidly throughout the past few years, though it suffers from a poor public image. The good news? Effective governance may be able to improve it.
Good corporate governance is about people. It is also about a leader’s accountability and transparency to their stakeholders.
Government policies affect corporate governance and business. What are the benefits and shortcomings if the state plays a role?
Prof. Viviane de Beaufort, ESSEC Business School, tackles the question of gender equality and women’s relationship with power.
Employee participation in the governance of their companies is increasingly being seen as a way to include precious employee perspective and involvement in effective decision-making, but approaches differ according to […]
Dr. Götz Schmidt-Bremme, Chief, Economic Affairs, German Embassy of Paris and Professor Klaus-Peter Müller, Chairman, Supervisory Board of Commerzbank AG; Chairman, Government Commission on the German Corporate Governance Code, tackle […]
As governments impose austerity measures and reduce social benefits, CEO compensation rises. What’s the impact on CEO effectiveness?