Hybrid corporate governance: a choice for Poland?

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Samól, Katarzyna A.;

The purpose of the research investigation is to consider the potential opportunities through which corporate governance may be developed to better suit the developing commercial culture within Poland. In order to do this, I formulate the following research questions: ‘W... View more
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    B. RESEARCH DESIGN: DOCTRINAL, NON-DOCTRINAL AND COMPARATIVE RESEARCH - 13 - 1. Doctrinal approach to research and its application to corporate governance ........................ - 13 - 2. Non-doctrinal approach to research and its application to corporate governance ................ - 14 - a) Interviews............................................................................................................... - 15 - b) Observations.......................................................................................................... - 16 - 3. Comparative research and its application to corporate governance ...................................... - 17 -

    C. RESEARCH DESIGN: QUALITATIVE, QUANTITATIVE AND MIXED METHODS RESEARCH - 19 - 1. Qualitative research and its application to corporate governance ......................................... - 19 - a) Phenomenological inquiry ..................................................................................... - 20 - b) Hermeneutical inquiry ........................................................................................... - 20 - c) Narrative inquiry .................................................................................................... - 22 - d) Case studies ........................................................................................................... - 22 - e) Ethnography........................................................................................................... - 23 - f) Grounded theory .................................................................................................... - 24 -

    D. COLLECTION AND AN ANALYSIS OF DATA ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE...............- 29 - 1. Data collection ......................................................................................................................... - 29 - 2. Data analysis ............................................................................................................................ - 31 -

    B. THE NOTION OF HYBRID CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ..............................................- 35 - 1. The Andreasson definition of hybrid corporate governance ................................................... - 35 - 2. Alternative definitions of hybrid corporate governance ......................................................... - 39 - 3. Legal transplant ....................................................................................................................... - 41 - 4. The definition of corporate governance .................................................................................. - 42 -

    D. HYBRIDISATION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA..........................- 47 - 1. The 'stakeholder inclusive' model ........................................................................................... - 47 - 2. The 'apply or explain' principle ................................................................................................ - 49 - 3. Boardroom according to King III .............................................................................................. - 52 -

    E. HYBRID CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN JAPAN ........................................................- 53 - 1. The new approach to shareholders ......................................................................................... - 53 - 2. Boardroom reforms ................................................................................................................. - 57 -

    G. THE DISCLOSURE SYSTEM IN SINGAPORE ...............................................................- 64 - 1. The switch from merit-based regulation to a disclosure-based system .................................. - 64 - 2. The way forward ...................................................................................................................... - 69 -

    E. THE INSIDE STRUCTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS......................................- 107 - 1. The management board ........................................................................................................ - 107 - 2. Directors' duties..................................................................................................................... - 109 - 3. The shareholders' meeting .................................................................................................... - 113 - 4. The supervisory board ........................................................................................................... - 114 - 5. The independence of supervisors .......................................................................................... - 117 - 6. Other board issues ................................................................................................................. - 119 -

    C. THE SUPERVISORY BOARD IN POLAND .................................................................- 131 - 1. The scope of power ............................................................................................................... - 132 - 2. The independence of supervisors .......................................................................................... - 134 -

    F. OTHER BOARD ISSUES.......................................................................................... - 144 - 1. Board committees on the supervisory board ........................................................................ - 144 - 2. Employees and bank representatives on supervisory boards in Poland ............................... - 147 - 3. Gender diversity within corporate governance in Poland ..................................................... - 151 - 4. Obligatory training for board members in Poland ................................................................. - 152 -

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