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Modern Organisational Governance

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Modern Organisational Governance
Title
Modern Organisational Governance
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Language
eng
Summary
In this book therefore we take a broad (and possibly radical) approach and consider governance requirements in the modern world - not just for corporations but for all forms of organisation
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MiAaPQ
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility
Series volume
v.12
Modern Organisational Governance
Label
Modern Organisational Governance
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online resource
Carrier category code
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Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover -- Modern Organisational Governance -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Part I: Theoretical Perspectives -- Modern Organisational Governance: Re-Examining Governance: The Evidence -- Introduction -- Good Governance and Sustainability -- Modern Governance -- Notes -- References -- State, Sovereignty, and Private Regulation: Problématique and Explanandum of Emerging Global Governance Matrix -- Reworking the Role of State and Governance in the Era of Globalization -- Understanding the Power Play -- Re-Embedding the Market -- Concluding Observations -- References -- The Moral Status of Corporations -- Introduction -- Corporate Moral Personhood -- Corporate Internal Decision Structure -- Collectivist Response -- Individualist Contention -- Corporation as a Moral Agent: Pettit's Redemption -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Further Reading -- Sustainable Governance: A Sine Qua Non of the Age of Sustainability -- Introduction -- Traditional Governance and Preindustrial Era -- Transitional Governance and Information Era -- Anglo-American Corporate Governance Model -- German Corporate Governance Model -- Japanese Corporate Governance Model -- Keiretsu -- The Age of Sustainability and Anthropocene Epoch -- Systems Thinking -- Sustainable Governance -- Properties of Sustainable Governance -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- Sustainability and Resource Depletion -- Introduction -- The Changing Environment -- The Geopolitics of Resource Depletion -- Manufacturing and the External Environment -- The Theory of the Firm -- Transaction Cost Theory -- Organisations as Resource Allocators -- Inefficiencies in the Market -- Strategies for Sustainability -- A Prognosis -- Notes -- References -- Part II: The Role of StakEholders -- Stakeholders: Opportunity or Threat? Voices from China -- Introduction
  • Corporate Social Responsibilities and Sustainability -- Environmental Management in China -- Stakeholder Theory -- Methodology -- Findings and Discussion -- Conclusion -- Limitations and Future Research -- Notes -- References -- The Extent of Stakeholder Engagement in Sustainability Accounting and Reporting: Does Empowerment of Stakeholders Really Exist? -- Introduction -- The Extent of Stakeholder Engagement -- Stakeholder Engagement in Practice -- Research Methods -- Research Findings -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Institutionalization of Anti-Corruption Practices in Indonesian Companies -- Introduction -- Motivation -- Theoretical Framework -- Research Method -- Respondents -- Results -- Institutionalization of ACP Practices -- Punishment of Bribery Practices -- The Management of Whistle Blowing -- Gift Giving -- ACP Education and Awareness -- Conclusion -- References -- The Balanced Scorecard Study on the Corporate Social Responsibility of Electronic Commerce -- Introduction -- The Connotations and Characteristics of Electronic Commerce -- The Theory and Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility -- Alibaba's Status and CSR -- Theoretical foundation of Balanced Scorecard -- CSR Evaluation System Based on Balanced Scorecard -- Questionnaire Designation and Data Collection -- Investigation Result Analysis -- First, Financial Level Performance -- Second, Customer Level Performance -- Third, Internal Operation Level Performance -- Fourth, Learning and Growing level Performance -- The Comparison of Taobao and Other E-commerce Websites -- First, Financial Level Performance -- Taobao Website's Profit Model -- eBay Website's Profit Model -- Jingdong Mall's Profit Model -- Dangdang Website Profit Model -- Amazon's Profit Model -- Second, Customer Level Performance -- Third, Internal Operation Level Performance
  • Fourth, Learning and Growing Level Performance -- Further Thinking -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part III: Governance Issues -- Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Disclosure: The Moderating Role of Cultural Values -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Corporate Social Responsibility -- Agency Theory and CSR -- Corporate Governance and CSR Disclosure -- Culture -- Methodology -- Population and Sample Size -- Variable Measurements -- Model Specification and Hypotheses -- Findings of the Study -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Corporate Governance: A Model of Modern Corporate Governance Framework for the Better Governance of Companies -- Introduction -- The Theory of Competing Values Framework -- The Theory of Corporate Legality -- Stakeholder Theory and the Model of CSR -- Assessing the Meaning of CSR -- Model of Modern CG Framework -- Theoretical Background the Research Model and Hypotheses Development - Corporate Culture, Corporate Legality, and Firm Perf... -- The Research Model -- Hypotheses -- Research Design and Methodology -- Data -- Testing Hypotheses and Results -- Results -- Results and Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Survey questions -- References -- New Governance: Perspectives on Future Requirements for Governance in Organizations -- Introduction -- Definition of "Governance" -- Organizational Governance -- Chaos Theory: An Approach to Organization Studies -- Chaos Theory in Organizational Studies: Evidence of Occurrences -- Strange Attractors - Invisible "Magnets" that Ties Complexity Together -- A need for a New Governance Model -- Definition and Components of the New Governance -- Communication -- Sharing and Collaborating in Global Markets and Infrastructures -- Stewardship and Balancing the Impact of People, Planet, and Profit -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes
  • References -- Index
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