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This book discusses the tasks and functions of corporate governance in the light of current challenges and the dynamics that arise from a broader approach to company management and the integration of corporate governance with corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability. Addressing the corporate governance shortcomings that are believed to have contributed to the recent financial crisis, it explores the interplay between corporate governance and CSR, and includes examples of company practice to show how such changes affect the practices of shareholders, boards of directors and regulators. In particular, the book examines shareholders’ activities, their different investment strategies, specific reporting expectations and the submission of proposals to the annual meeting. Further, for boards of directors it explores the need to revise their tasks with respect to the criteria for executive appointments, their corporate strategy, performance measures and diversity recommendations, while for directors it provides recommendations to reconsider the structure of executive pay and performance incentives. Lastly, for regulators the book investigates the need to introduce new laws addressing, for instance, the need for integrated reporting, limiting the voice of short term oriented shareholders and providing guidelines for executive compensation.
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Corporate Governance and Ethics: Shareholder Reality, Social Responsibility or Institutional Necessity?Contributions to the special issues are also introducedvolBerle, AThis series offers a comprehensive overview of the latest theoretical and empirical research and provides sound concepts for sustainable business strategiesCaby, J., and GFermer It provides in-depth studies on 11 sub-Saharan countries, demonstrating that corporate social responsibility is forming and going through 2016 Book Social Responsibility Education Across EuropeA Comparative ApproachThis book provides a comprehensive and multi-facetted analysis of the current state of social-responsibility education in various European countriesIt legitimises the vision of a company belonging exclusively to its shareholders, without any other considerationFor example, the UK-based investment management fund Generation Investment Management has built a global research platform to integrate sustainability research into fundamental equity analysis and focuses on economic, environmental, social, and governance risks and opportunities that materially affect a company?s ability to sustain profitability and deliver returnsHoarau and Teller (2001) drew inspiration from the revival of the theory of the firm which corresponds to the resource-based approach to propose a substantial value going beyond simple financial valueAs such, corporate governance is influenced by a number of different legal, economic, societal, political and historical factorsAccording to this vision, the specificity of assets (meaning the impossibility of alternatively redeploying an asset without incurring an additional cost) becomes central to the analysis of the coordination tools of the principal-agent relationshipAVehemently opposed to the conditions of Deutsche Brse?s planned acquisition, the fund?s creator Christopher Hohn systematically acquired shares in Deutsche Brse and requested the replacement of the entire supervisory boardCDOI : 10.3917/mana.112.0065These systems should ensure that declared commitments are respected and should aim at establishing relationships of trust as well as constructive transactions between shareholders, managers and other stakeholders (reinforcement of legitimacy)The sound functioning of the shareholder model of corporate governance is also limited by the rise over recent years of shareholder activism, whereby often rebellious shareholders apply pressure on a company?s management, through proxy battles, publicity campaigns or litigation, to pursue a particular strategic courseGatignon and J1986 Agency Costs of Free Cash Flow, Corporate Finance, and Takeovers, American Economic Review, 76: 2, 323-329In order to do so, it gathers together the experience an in-depth contemplations of leading thinkers in the fields of management theory and the social sciencesQuestions are also being raised regarding the measurement of each stakeholder?s contribution and the incentive methods coordinated by the firm to encourage stakeholders to adopt efficient and responsible conduct, with a common objective of maximizing value for all partners28 However, for these orientations to materialise, we should reflect on and transform into operational guidelines the formalisation of an ethical approach to corporate governance based on organisational values, and which matches professionalism with citizenship and principles of action (guidelines of behaviour) with rules of conduct (application of values and principles)Cornell, B., and ABlack1999 The Uncertain Relationship Between Board Composition and Firm Performance, Business Lawyer, 54: 3, 921-963 5d8a9798ff