Browsing by Author "Mueller, Jens"

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  • Corporate boards: the new corporate leaders

    Mueller, Jens; Warrick, Donald D.; Rennie, Morina; Dana, Leo-Paul (International Academy of Business and Economics, 2009-01)
    The historic view that corporate leaders serving on company boards are merely the legal stewards of shareholders is no longer the best explanation for the role of directors. This stakeholder theory is too simplistic to ...
  • Diversity in Central Asia: Culture, transition & entrepreneurship

    Lasch, Frank; Dana, Leo-Paul; Mueller, Jens (Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 2009-06)
    With the demise of the USSR in 1991, five new countries became independent in Central Asia. This study presents an overview about transition, emergence and nature of entrepreneurship in a world’s region that displays amongst ...
  • Prologue: Governing the corporation: Structure, process and behaviour

    Smallman, Clive; McDonald, Gael; Mueller, Jens (Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 2010)
    To those of us affected by the global recession that started in late 2007 (and it is hard to think of anyone in the world who is not touched by this massive downturn), it is sobering to realise that much of what has been ...
  • Reformed and engaged boards – not activist shareholders

    Ingley, Coral; Rennie, Morina; Mueller, Jens; Cocks, Graham; Warrick, Donald D.; Erakovic, Liljana (Inderscience Enterprises, 2011)
    This study considers the legitimacy of shareholder activism as a means of exercising influence in the corporate decision-making process and identifies self-reformed boards as a superior solution to the issues that activists ...
  • The seesaw of the governance: getting the balance right

    Mueller, Jens; Cocks, Graeme; Ingley, Coral (International Academy of Business and Economics, 2009-01)
    The increased demand by institutional investors and regulators that corporate directors focus on compliance and internal auditing appears to be driven by a motivation to right the wrongs of the past rather than to create ...