Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance is where the buck stops: the Board of Directors, the CEO and other top executives are responsible for honest, profitable and accountable overall performance. Here, experts address many of the attendant questions: What rights and responsibilities does the board have? How do you monitor compliance? What is the appropriate remuneration structure? In other words, how do you keep all the moving parts in line, starting at the top?


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Summaries

If we want to get past “woke capitalism,” this is what it’ll take to get companies to an equitable relationship with both workers and society.

Kristin Toussaint

Fast Company, 2020

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Achim Schmitt et al.

MIT Sloan Management Review, 2020

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Are Fund Managers Asleep at the Wheel?

Rosanna Landis Weaver

As You Sow, 2019

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Theory and Evidence

Matthew Backus et al.

Brookings Institution, 2019

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Gerry Hansell et al.

Boston Consulting Group, 2018

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The Man Who Fooled Wall Street, Hollywood, and the World

Tom Wright and Bradley Hope

Hachette Book Group USA, 2018

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Lenore Palladino

Boston Review, 2018

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David Clutterbuck and David Megginson

Routledge, 1999

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