INSIDE BOARDROOMS: RESTORING CORPORATE GOVERNANCEDownload This Article
Melvin D. Ayogu
Recent bold changes in corporate governance proceedings suggest that business and regulators are ahead of scientists in addressing the role of informal constraints. We argue that economics and management sciences alone are no longer sufficient to advance our understanding of how to make corporate boards effective. Our proposal for a multidisciplinary approach comes with an appeal for
a radical rethink of current limits of existing empirical methodology.
Keywords: corporate board, corporate governance
How to cite this paper: Ayogu, M. D. (2006). Inside boardrooms: Restoring corporate governance. Corporate Board: role, duties and composition, 2(2), 7-13. http://doi.org/10.22495/cbv2i2art1