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Accepted papers for the workshop in Paris

We would like to announce the list of papers, which were accepted to be presented during International workshop “Corporate Accountability: Major Actors, Innovative Instruments and Performance”, Paris, November 24, 2016:

  • HEDGE FUND ACTIVISM AND SHAREHOLDER STEWARDSHIP: INCOMPATIBLE, RECIPROCAL OR SOMETHING IN BETWEEN? Dionysia Katelouzou, the UK
  • EFFECTS OF CORPORATEGOVERNANCE CONTROL MEASURES ON ISLAMIC BANKS’ FINANCIAL SOUNDNESS: EVIDENCE FROM THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CRISIS Ben zeineb Ghada, Tunisia
  • THE IMPACT OF BINDING VOTE “SAY ON PAY” REGULATIONS, AUSTRALIAN EVIDENCE Will Mackay, Australia
  • RISK OF INTRODUCING BENEFICIARY FUNDS WITHOUT STRONGER REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
  • Hlako Jacob Choma, South Africa
  • CAPTURING THE PARADOX: THE EXTENT HOW THE PRACTICED ROLE OF NED’S DIFFERS FROM THE DE-JURE Afshan Moeed, the UK
  • BOARD COMPENSATION COMMITTEES: CEO PAY AND MARKET CAP PERFORMANCE WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR INVESTORS Hugh Grove, the USA
  • BUSINESS SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT: ‘ECO-RATIO ANALYSIS’: A CASE OF SELECTED COMPANIES IN THE JSE SRI INDEX Collins Ngwakwe, South Africa
  • DOES CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY EFFECT BRAND IMAGE Ali Caglar Uzun, Turkey
  • MORATORIUM IN BUSINESS RESCUE SCHEME AND THE PROTECTION OF COMPANY’S CREDITORS Anthony O. Nwafor, South Africa
  • THE QUALITY OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND STOCK MARKET DEVELOPMENT IN THE CEE COUNTRIES Darko Lazarov, Macedonia
  • ‘ENDOGENOUS IMPERATIVES OF SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP’? EXPERIMENTAL CONCEPTUALISATION Maxwell Phiri, South Africa
  • POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND INVESTOR PROTECTION Maria João Guedes, Portugal
  • THE PATTERN OF FRAUDULENT ACCOUNTING: ETHICS, EXTERNAL AUDITING AND INTERNAL WHISTLE-BLOWING PROCESS Loredana Ferri Di Fabrizio, Italy
  • THE «GOLDEN MIDDLE WAY» FOR GOVERNANCE, THE ENVIRONMENT & FAIR PRACTICES Pascale Marchal Griveaud, France
  • EU SUSTAINABILITY DIRECTIVE AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IMPLICATIONS FOR 15 OF THE LARGEST EU COMPANIES, ESPECIALLY VOLKSWAGEN! Hugh Grove, the USA
  • LEGISLATIVE REFORMS AS INNOVATIVE INSTRUMENTS TO IMPROVE CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY WITHIN SOUTH AFRICAN CORPORATIONS Bonginkosi Zondi, South Africa
  • ACCOUNTING SCANDALS: BEYOND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Francis Awolowo, the UK
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