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





Redefining sustainabilityEthical ObjectivismAccounting issuesTransparencyThe role of auditThe Latin model of governanceDefining ethicsDetails of Stakeholder TheoryRisk protectionEfficiency and EffectivenessAccountabilityStructure of a charityRisk transferRisk seekingCorruptionExchange of TechnologyThe 2008 financial crisisEthical philosophiesRisk analysis: the cost of capitalResponsivenessThe Audit function and the role of regulationSystematic riskDefinitionsAdverse selectionThe Capital Asset Pricing modelRisk probability profilesSustainabilityGovernance issues in NFPsThe role of NGOsGovernance systems and corporate social responsibilityRisk managementLong term/short term riskThe Anglo Saxon model of governanceRisk reductionDeveloping a framework for corporate governanceEnvironmental riskGlobalisation and corporate governanceKnowledge/Information transferCultural riskDeontological EthicsStakeholder/shareholder interestsDefining sustainabilityQualitative Intellectual capital mobilityCorporate BehaviourRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityDistributable sustainabilityGlobalisationMoral hazardIntra viresISO 26000Ultra viresPublic bodiesCritiquing BrundtlandThe principles of corporate governanceRisk Management and Corporate GovernanceStakeholders & the social contract: a broader view of corporate governanceDistinguishing features of sectorRisk analysisRisk averseGood governance and corporate behaviourComponents of the cost of capitalEthical RelativismCorporate GovernanceThe cost of capital for a businessRule of lawGood Governance and SustainabilityThe Social ContractThe classification of stakeholdersHow Globalisation Affects GovernanceCharityUtilitarianismDisclosureCorporate ReputationTechnical riskSystems of governanceImplications for managersStakeholdersISO 26000Risk assessmentA Typology of riskTransparencyCompany managementThe Gaia TheoryWhat is a stakeholder?Summarising SustainabilityEthics, corporate governance and corporate behaviorThe concept of global governanceGovernance and stakeholdersConcluding remarksRisk neutralInflation and NGOsThe Brundtland ReportCultureAttitudes to riskCorporate Governance in non­commercial organisationsPortfolio investment (Financial fund flows)Types of NFP organisationUnsystematic riskRisk avoidanceStakeholder TheoryManaging riskCompetitionAgency theory and asymmetric powerThe Audit CommitteeInformational needsSustainability and the Cost of CapitalThe Ottoman model of governanceRelating social responsibility with governance: the evidenceGovernance, Ethics and Corporate BehaviourSocial riskResearch findingsAgency TheoryRisk Management StrategiesSustainabilityRegulation/deregulation and international standardsEquityQuasi public bodyAccountabilityDevelopment of codes of governance and international comparisonsCorporate Governance PrinciplesParticipationFinancial riskIssues concerning SustainabilityGlobal perspectivesFinancial crisis-contagion effect-global crisisMultiple stakeholdingsThe principles of governanceFailures in regulationRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityGlobal riskGlobalisation, Corporate Failures and Corporate GovernanceRegulationEducational institutionRisk managingMotivation for NFPsMarket integrationAvailable resourcesTeleological Ethics
 
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