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2016 | nr 23 | 143--156
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Corporate Governance and Non-Executive Disclosures the Case Study of Some FTSE100 Companies

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Ład korporacyjny i zakres ujawniany informacji w dotyczących dyrektorów niewykonawczych studium przypadku wybranych firm FTSE100
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Abstrakty
Ład korporacyjny staje się coraz bardziej istotnym zjawiskiem. Konieczność poprawy efektywności zarządu i powołania dyrektorów niewykonawczych (NEDs) jest dziś niezwykle szczególnie waży. Oczywiste jest, że NEDs odgrywają kluczową rolę w efektywnym nadzorze korporacyjnym. Ich wiedza i powiązania biznesowe mogą przynieść korzyści firmie. Wymaga to jednak pełnego zaangażowanie ze strony NED tak aby w pełni wykorzystać z posiadane przez nich atrybuty. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Corporate governance has become increasingly important phenomenon. The necessity of improvement the efficiency of the board of directors and appointment of executive directors (NEDs) has become significantly important. It is clear that NEDs play significant role in efficient corporate governance. They expertise and links can bring benefits to the firm. But the full engagement of the NED is required to take full advantage of those attributes. (original abstract)
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143--156
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Twórcy
  • University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom
  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński
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