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Neither principles nor rules: Making corporate governance work in Sub-Saharan Africa
Corporate governance is often split between rulebased and principle-based approaches to regulation in different institutional contexts. This split is often informed by the types of institutional configurations, their ...
An examination of Chinese responses to sustainability accountability: the move towards ecological civilization from a Foucauldian episteme-change perspective
(: ISDRS and theCenter for Environmental and Sustainability Research, School of Science and Technology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2016-07)
This paper considers that the contingencies in place in China around sustainability are unique for a major emerging economy. Chinese actors in the sustainability network are dominated by government, not corporations, and ...
Corporate governance and responsibility in Nigeria
To provide an expository on the peculiar dimension of the corporate governance and responsibility phenomenon in developing market economies, we employ a mix of qualitative methods to provide research evidence-based insights ...
The code of corporate governance in Nigeria: Efficiency gains or social legitimation
This paper is the first study which examines the rationale behind the adoption of corporate governance codes, the requirements of the codes and their operationalisation, and the effectiveness of the codes in addressing ...
Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives in Nigeria
(Springer International, 2016)
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in Nigeria originated from the practices of Multinational companies (MNCs) operations in the extraction sectors of the Nigerian economy, especially in the oil sector. ...
Bridging Governance Gap with Political CSR
(Greenleaf Publishing, 2015)
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has attracted varied applications in management. This chapter contribution provides evidence of a political CSR where multinational corporations (MNCs) are complementing government’s ...
Voluntary disclosure practices amongst listed companies in Nigeria.
Church and state: An economic analysis.
(Oxford University Press, 2011)
Cognitive skills acquisition and computer based intelligent tutoring tools.
(Swets and Zeitlinger, 2002)