Governance Risks in Organizations: A Clinical Approach with Tools for Decision-Making

Rodolfo Apreda, PhD
Universidad del Cema (Ucema), Buenos Aires, Argentina

Series: Global Political Studies, Government Procedures and Operations
BISAC: POL040000

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The purpose of this book is to get the reader acquainted with the basic features that run through the fields of corporate, public and global governances; to introduce the new subject of Governance Risks, within the context of organizations in a global economy; to provide a set of tailor-made tools and make them operational, so as to cope with governance risks.

It also provides a clinical approach to diagnose and treat governance failures, the incremental cash-flow model that strongly articulates with the clinical approach, the index of governance performance, from which the metrics of governance risks evolves eventually. This book conveys a self-contained treatment based on step-by-step learning, from the basics of the subject through building blocks that deal with tools for decision-making, and ending up with the Governance-Risk Scoreboard. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1. On the Nature and Scope of Corporate Governance in the Global Economy

Chapter 2. A Clinical Approach to Governance

Chapter 3. Governance Risks

Chapter 4. Performance and the Risks of Governance

Chapter 5. Global Financial Instability and Opaque Governance

Chapter 6. The Governance-Risk Scoreboard

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Index

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