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Corporate governance regulation in Nigeria
Purpose – Whilst taking Nigeria’s peculiar institutional configurations into consideration, this paper aims to critically evaluate the Nigerian corporate governance regulatory system, which is characterised by endemic ...
The politics of shareholder activism in Nigeria
Shareholder activism has become a force for good in the extant corporate governance literature. In this article, we present a case study of Nigeria to show how shareholder activism, as a corporate governance mechanism, can ...
Institutions and institutional maintenance implications for understanding and theorizing corporate governance in developing economies
(Taylor and Francis, 2012-12-08)
This study is a data-driven attempt to explain why corporate governance systems remain largely unchanged despite regulatory reforms, especially in developing economies. It employs a qualitative research method triangulation to ...
Trust Deficit and Anti-corruption Initiatives
This study explores the ways in which trust deficit undermines anti-corruption initiatives in a context with systemic corruption. Anti-corruption measures as panacea to systemic corruption are not new, but their effectiveness ...
The dark side of transparency: Problematising the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative as a Public Sector Transparency, Accountability and Anti-Corruption Initiative
This study explores the dark side of transparency by problematizing the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) as a transparency, accountability and anti-corruption initiative in Nigeria. It does ...
Corruption Fights Back: Localizing Transparency and EITI in the Nigerian ‘Penkelemes’
(Wiley Online Library, 2020-08-07)
This study explores how the global transparency norm is localized in the Nigerian extractive industry. Transparency is theorised as a process which can be analysed in terms of rules, interactions, power games and context. ...