THE SEMANTICS OF GOVERNANCE. (The common thread running through corporate, public, and global governance.)

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Apreda, Rodolfo;
(2003)
  • Publisher: Buenos Aires: Universidad del Centro de Estudios Macroeconómicos de Argentina (UCEMA)
  • Subject: Governance-Ansatz | G34 | H11 | F02 | Global Governance | Corporate Governance, Public Governance, Global Governance | Public Governance | Corporate Governance
    • jel: jel:G34 | jel:H11 | jel:F02
      ddc: ddc:330
    acm: ComputingMilieux_LEGALASPECTSOFCOMPUTING

This paper argues that the semantics of governance illustrates connections and provides a unifying view from which to understand much better its natural branches: corporate, public and global governance. In this regard, governance is presented from the point of view of ... View more
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