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Dinh TRAN NGOC HUY (2013)
Publisher: Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence
Journal: Network Intelligence Studies
Types: Article
Subjects: Market manipulation, Board structure, HF5001-6182, Business, Corporate governance standards, Board structure, Code of best practice, Financial crisis, Corporate scandals, Market manipulation, Internal audit, Corporate governance standards, Code of best practice, Financial crisis, Internal audit, Corporate scandals
jel: jel:G30
After the recent global crisis, corporate scandals and bankruptcy in US and Europe, there is some certain evidence on weak auditing, risk management, accounting and audit system. This paper chooses a different analytical approach and among its aims is to give some systematic opinions on corporate governance criteria as a benchmark for stock markets. Firstly, it classifies limited Western European representative corporate governance (CG) standards into two (2) groups: The Netherlands and Belgium latest CG principles covered in group 1 and, group 2, including corporate governance principles from Italy and Austria, so-called relative good CG group, while it uses OECD and ICGN principles as reference. Secondly, it identifies through analysis the differences and advantages between the above set of standards which are and have been used as reference principles for many relevant organizations. Third, it establishes a selected comparative set of standards for Western European representative corporate governance system in accordance to international standards. Last but not least, this paper covers some ideas and policy suggestions.
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