STRT-625 Corporate Governance
Spring for 2010-2011
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Introduction to Corporate Governance is intended to provide a general survey of the more important procedural issues facing corporate officers, directors, and shareholders as they seek to ensure that their corporate enterprise is properly governed. This module will include discussion of what constitutes good corporate governance, the relationship between good corporate governance and successful enterprises, the importance of corporate governance in the global marketplace, the relationship between shareholders and directors, the duties and responsibilities of shareholders and directors, conflicts of interest, unique pressures in public companies, and the role of board audit committees. Preference given to MBA 2nd years.
Prerequisites: MBA Students Only
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