Participation Type

Poster

Mentor/s

Professor Mahfuja Malik, Ph.D.

Location

University Commons

Start Day/Time

4-20-2018 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

4-20-2018 3:00 PM

Abstract

Corporate Governance can be seen as a ripple effect, as it impacts not just the employees, and managers of a company, but also the directors, capital providers, the industry, and most importantly, shareholders. Most companies strive to have a high level of corporate governance, which is the harmonization of goals and their means to achieve the goals for shareholders, directors, and officers. On the other side, a lack of good corporate governance can hurt a company's integrity and reliability in the views of stakeholders. This paper will discuss the background and history of corporate governance, the importance of corporate governance, the impact it has on firm value, and then briefly discuss some examples of corporate governance in the work place today.

College

Welch College of Business

College and Major available

Accounting

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Comments

Honorable Mention in the 2018 Academic Festival award category College of Business Dean's Prize.

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Corporate Governance: The Value of Corporate Governance on Firm Value

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Corporate Governance can be seen as a ripple effect, as it impacts not just the employees, and managers of a company, but also the directors, capital providers, the industry, and most importantly, shareholders. Most companies strive to have a high level of corporate governance, which is the harmonization of goals and their means to achieve the goals for shareholders, directors, and officers. On the other side, a lack of good corporate governance can hurt a company's integrity and reliability in the views of stakeholders. This paper will discuss the background and history of corporate governance, the importance of corporate governance, the impact it has on firm value, and then briefly discuss some examples of corporate governance in the work place today.

 

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