Corporate Governance and International Business
by David Crowther, Shahla Seifi
Publisher: BookBoon 2011
Number of pages: 109
Corporate governance has gained tremendous importance in recent years, due to the developments brought about through globalization concerning the harmonization of procedures and structures and through the emergence of global norms for corporate governance. One factor which is significantly affected by such governance is that of risk assessment and management. Good governance reduces risk and facilitates its management. This is the focus of this book.
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