Accountable Corporation -- Corporate Governance
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|Description:||One part of the four-volume Accountable Corporation set (2006), this volume offers an emphasis on the legal and institutional implications of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Topics include the historical evolution of governance, the roles and responsibilities of directors and institutional investors, and efforts to improve corporate leadership in an age of public scrutiny.
Other volumes cover Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Business-Government Relations.
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