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Dr Bang Dang Nguyen, Cambridge Judge Business School: How social connectivity can hamper a board a directors

The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School has been completed with the addition of copies of all the speeches on corporate governance made by Sir Adrian Cadbury, Chairman of the UK Committee on the Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance.…

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Dr Ian Jones, University of Oxford and Dr Michael Pollitt, Cambridge Judge Business School: Missing the human side of governance

The Cadbury Archive at Cambridge Judge Business School has been completed with the addition of copies of all the speeches on corporate governance made by Sir Adrian Cadbury, Chairman of the UK Committee on the Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance.…

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Sir Adrian Cadbury: Cadbury Collection now complete (The Cadbury Report: Twenty Years On)

The Cadbury Collection, consisting of papers relating to the activities, discussions, findings and recommendations of the 1990s enquiry into "Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance", has been completed with the handover of copies of speeches made by the committee's chairman, Sir…

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Publicise CSR carefully to avoid accusations of ‘greenwashing’

Companies publicising their corporate social responsibility (CSR) achievements risk being accused of 'greenwashing' by claiming that their polices and products are environmentally friendly. Pan-European research by a group of acknowledged experts including Dr Stelios Zyglidopoulos, University Lecturer in Strategy at…

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Does the Rolodex matter?

Can membership of the same social networks as directors offer protection for a poorly performing CEO? And what is the impact on corporate governance? New research by Dr Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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Bill Browder: Russian corruption and losing $900 million

Bill Browder, a leading global shareholder-rights activist and an outspoken fighter for improved corporate governance in Russia, asks 'can the bear be tamed?' Browder lost $900 million dollars as the Russian economy collapsed. Exposing massive corruption, he fought off the…

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Corruption time bombs

An acknowledged expert in the field of corporate corruption feels that multinational companies must lead the fight against dishonesty Dr Stelios Zyglidopoulos, University Lecturer in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School believes that corporate corruption is more widespread than ever…

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Make proxy voting more transparent

Why the proxy-voting process is an important channel for corporate governance Fresh research into the role of institutional investors in voting indicates that corporate governance is important to them and that the proxy voting process is an important channel for…

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Professor Duane Windsor, Rice University: An American perspective on CSR

Professor Duane Windsor of Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University, says corporate social responsibility is working Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is working says Professor Duane Windsor of Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University, and many companies join up…

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The buck stops here

Corporate governance is under the microscope in the investigation into the activities of News International, owners of the defunct tabloid newspaper, News of the World The parliamentary and police investigations into phone-hacking and corrupt practices involving journalists and their police…

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Professor simon deakin

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