Corporate governance, innovation, and economic performance: a case study on Volkswagen

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Jürgens, Ulrich;
(2002)
  • Publisher: Berlin
  • Subject: Unternehmensführung | Deutschland | Wirtschaft | shareholder value | Reorganisation | empirical | Auswirkung | Entwicklung | capital market | Zukunft | Kapitalmarkt | company policy | Kraftfahrzeugindustrie | Corporate Governance | Bundesrepublik Deutschland | Betriebliche Investitionspolitik | controlling | Innovation | Financial Planning, Accountancy | development | empirisch-qualitativ | qualitative empirical | decision | business management | Management Science | impact | investment | incentive system | empirisch-quantitativ | Federal Republic of Germany | automobile industry | quantitative empirical | Economics | Investition | management | Finanzwirtschaft, Rechnungswesen | Unternehmenspolitik | future | Entscheidung | Anreizsystem | empirisch
    • ddc: ddc:330 | ddc:300

"In the debate on globalisation of the financial markets and its effect on corporate governance it is often claimed that the pressure for higher rates of return exerted by institutional investors in the name of shareholder value, has led to a fundamental change of compa... View more
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