Corporate Governance in the Netherlands

  • Wilko Bolt
  • Marga Peeters
Part of the Financial and Monetary Policy Studies book series (FMPS, volume 33)


Corporate governance has become a topical issue and a main subject of intense academic and policy debates. It concerns the control of a corporation, in particular the relationship between the owners on the one hand and management and directors on the other hand. In a broader sense corporate governance is defined as the control of a corporation which concerns the interactions between all stakeholders, including employees, clients, local governments, etc.


Corporate Governance Total Asset Risky Asset Stake Holder Debt Finance 
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  • Wilko Bolt
  • Marga Peeters

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