Corporate Governance: An International Review

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Edited By: Praveen Kumar and Alessandro Zattoni

Impact Factor: 1.766

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 12/89 (Business Finance); 41/110 (Business); 53/172 (Management)

Online ISSN: 1467-8683

20th Anniversary Issue


CGIR 20th Anniversary

In 2012, CGIR celebrated 20 years of publishing at the forefront of corporate governance research. To commemorate this, we have brought you the 10 CGIR articles from the past decade which have had the highest number of citations per year.

We hope that you enjoy reading these papers!

Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility: a comparative analysis of the UK and the US
Ruth V. Aguilera, Cynthia A. Williams, John M. Conley, Deborah E. Rupp

The Link Between Earnings Timeliness, Earnings Conservatism and Board Composition: evidence from the UK
Wendy Beekes, Peter Pope, Steven Young

Corporate Governance Mechanisms: a plea for less code of good governance and more market control
Alvaro Cuervo

Board of Director Diversity and Firm Financial Performance
Niclas L. Erhardt, James D. Werbel, Charles B. Shrader

The Role of the Board in Firm Strategy: integrating agency and organisational control perspectives
Kevin Hendry, Geoffrey C. Kiel

Board Composition and Corporate Performance: how the Australian experience informs contrasting theories of corporate governance
Geoffrey C. Kiel, Gavin J. Nicholson

Shareholding versus stakeholding: a critical review of corporate governance
Steve Letza, Xiuping Sun, James Kirkbride

Doing 'Boards-in-Action' Research: an ethnographic approach for the capture and analysis of directors' and senior managers' interactive routines
Dalvir Samra-Fredericks

Corporate Governance in Italy
Andrea Melis

Why Adopt Codes of Good Governance? A Comparison of Institutional and Efficiency Perspectives
Alessandro Zattoni and Francesca Cuomo

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