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Corporate directorship practices.
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directorship definition: 1. the position of being the director of a company: 2. the position of being the director of a. Learn more. Tobin's Q measures the market's valuation of the quality of a firm's corporate governance practices, with a higher Q suggesting greater effectiveness of a firm's practices (Conheady et al., ).
corporate governance which stressed a high degree of disclosure and transparency, corporate directorship should be prohibited, subject to a grace period of two years. In view of the SCCLR’s recommendation, in , the Government consulted a number of professional bodies and stakeholders on the proposal to abolish corporate directorship. : directorship. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. All.
The failure in corporate governance is reflected in the directo rs’ remuneration practices despite implementation of the Market Corporate guidelines (Kostyuk et al., ; 2 Centenary Annual. Corporate Directorship Practices, published jointly by the National Industrial Conference Board and the American Society of Corporate Secretaries. More than 1, major corporations provided back ground for that authoritative study. The selected excerpts include only the highlights dealing with.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Conference Board. Corporate directorship practices. [New York, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description: 92 pages tables 28 cm.
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