Principles and Issues
- Donald Nordberg - Bournemouth University, Westminster Business School
Accounting/Finance (General) | Business Ethics
- Features 21 detailed case studies, drawn from international examples, to prompt discussion and analysis
- Provides topical, up-to-date examples and evidence
- Gives attention to the important question "What next for Corporate Governance?"
Supporting features include: Case Study questions; "Agenda Point" boxes to provide further analysis and consideration on topical issues; Further readings; Companion Website, featuring online resources.
This text contains a clear explanation of the key issues and a number of illustrative cases which are very helpful. The international assessments are particularly recommended to help students see beyond the UK context.
A very interesting book in the area of Corporate Governance that covers this emerging area in a comprehensive and interesting manner.
I think that this book is a very good book as a case study source. At the same time I would rather call the author's attention to the connection between the araised questions in each case and the theoretical explanation thereafter. I believe that this connection is not only unstructured, but it is verg vague in relation to the characters of the questions.
This is an essential component of our course reading into CSR.
Added to the understanding of organizational principles and different issues at state level
one of the better texts in an increasingly crowded field
Concise textbook, well structured, valuable supporting case studies, international perspective.
A good reading material to support student understanding of the concept
I use this text as a reminder to MBA dissertation students about key issues and the impact of CG on organizations and their stakeholders.
It has some useful prompts for further research and study.
Good book on Corporate Governance. A recommended addition to Strategic Management textbook, in particular if students want to know more about Corporate Governance within the subject of Strategic Management.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1: Introducing corporate governance