By Ahmed Naciri
The final Asian monetary challenge, coupled with the western sequence of company scandals, has triggered traders and voters to doubt mangers’ skill to assure credible monetary information regarding organizations. therefore, legislators world wide have come to understand the need of legislating within the sector of company governance. This booklet explores a number of nationwide company governance reform stories from world wide (including Canada, China, the U.S., and the ecu Union) and gives an explanatory concept in regards to nationwide platforms of company governance. It additionally underlines company governance as a administration software and precept. the writer argues that every nation may be inspired to construct its personal method of company governance which may be harmonized with its historical past, tradition and the extent of its monetary development.
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1997). The issue of the origin of the rent put emphasis on the specific skills of the employees in addition to the managerial capital. As emphasized by Rajan and Zingales (1998a), it plays a determining role, particularly in the New Economy. However, the specificity of human capital, if it is the basis for the rent, renders it vulnerable to attempts at expropriation. The governance system is therefore justified by its ability to protect this capital. The firm becomes a nexus of specific investments: a combination of co-specific assets and persons9 (Zingales, 1998, 2000; Rajan and Zingales, 1998a, 2000).
Finally, it will conclude by providing a synoptic presentation of the different views that form the micro approach to governance. CG in historical perspective Contrary to what the term “corporate governance,” however ambiguous, may mean, sometimes leads us to conclude, the objective of governance theories is not to study how managers govern – that would lead us to confuse the term governance with management – but rather how they are governed. To clarify the meaning we could use the analogy of the role of a child’s governess.
However, the process of value creation itself remains unexplored. Also, Fama and Jensen (1983a, 1983b), Jensen and Meckling (1992) or Jensen (1998) are satisfied with their restricted view that organizational architecture, the forms of ownership and governance systems are organized in such a way as to optimize the use of knowledge, the latter not being truly differentiated from information. The models of Rajan and Zingales (1998a) and Blair and Stout (1999) offer little more. If the first model considers that the organizational rent is due to specific investments made by the different stakeholders and the second model insists on the importance of both vertical and horizontal cooperation to produce this rent, we may not really view this analysis of the process of value creation in terms of comparative advantages linked to production.