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





Globalisation and corporate governancePortfolio investment (Financial fund flows)Issues concerning SustainabilityRelating social responsibility with governance: the evidenceGovernance and stakeholdersManaging riskSystematic riskRisk managingGlobal riskUnsystematic riskTransparencyCultural riskSustainabilityRisk seekingRisk transferCharityRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityDeontological EthicsInflation and NGOsISO 26000Technical riskCorporate Governance PrinciplesThe Gaia TheoryRisk analysis: the cost of capitalCultureLong term/short term riskThe Audit function and the role of regulationRisk Management and Corporate GovernanceStakeholder TheoryDisclosureGlobalisationAvailable resourcesRisk reductionAttitudes to riskThe Anglo Saxon model of governanceCorporate Governance in non­commercial organisationsUltra viresThe Latin model of governanceThe Ottoman model of governanceThe principles of governanceUtilitarianismEnvironmental riskRule of lawEthical RelativismPublic bodiesEducational institutionThe Capital Asset Pricing modelGlobal perspectivesTypes of NFP organisationGovernance systems and corporate social responsibilitySummarising SustainabilityAccountabilityISO 26000Knowledge/Information transferFailures in regulationCorporate ReputationFinancial riskThe Social ContractEfficiency and EffectivenessGovernance issues in NFPsRedefining sustainabilityExchange of TechnologyMotivation for NFPsEquityStructure of a charityFinancial crisis-contagion effect-global crisisEthical philosophiesStakeholdersThe principles of corporate governanceCompetitionRisk managementImplications for managersTransparencyCritiquing BrundtlandIntra viresGood Governance and SustainabilityComponents of the cost of capitalRisk averseThe role of auditDefining ethicsResponsivenessRegulation/deregulation and international standardsThe 2008 financial crisisRegulationSustainabilityRisk protectionRisk assessmentMultiple stakeholdingsQuasi public bodySustainability and the Cost of CapitalWhat is a stakeholder?How Globalisation Affects GovernanceQualitative Intellectual capital mobilityRisk probability profilesGlobalisation, Corporate Failures and Corporate GovernanceAdverse selectionSocial riskAccounting issuesRisk neutralDeveloping a framework for corporate governanceParticipationEthics, corporate governance and corporate behaviorMoral hazardThe cost of capital for a businessRisk Management StrategiesRelating corporate governance and corporate social responsibilityA Typology of riskResearch findingsRisk analysisMarket integrationConcluding remarksTeleological EthicsSystems of governanceDetails of Stakeholder TheoryCorporate GovernanceDistinguishing features of sectorCompany managementThe Brundtland ReportDevelopment of codes of governance and international comparisonsDistributable sustainabilityRisk avoidanceGovernance, Ethics and Corporate BehaviourThe role of NGOsCorporate BehaviourAccountabilityStakeholders & the social contract: a broader view of corporate governanceThe Audit CommitteeAgency theory and asymmetric powerInformational needsThe classification of stakeholdersThe concept of global governanceDefining sustainabilityDefinitionsStakeholder/shareholder interestsGood governance and corporate behaviourEthical ObjectivismAgency TheoryCorruption
 
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