Causes of Corporate Governance Issues - Explained
General Issues that Arise within Businesses
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Table of ContentsWhat are some of the major causes of corporate governance issues?Academic Research
What are some of the major causes of corporate governance issues?
The primary characteristics of the corporate governance regime that causes issues or conflicts between shareholders and the corporation are as follows:
- Access to Information
- Decision-Making Procedure
- Competition for Authority
- Interest and Benefit Misalignment
Each of these drivers of corporate governance issues is discussed below.
- What are the major causes of corporate governance issues?
- What are the access to information issues?
- What are decision-making structure issues?
- What are the power struggle or competition issues?
- What are hostile takeovers and defenses to hostile takeovers?
- Revlon Rule
- What are benefit-alignment issues?
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