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Corporate Governance Theorien auf dem Prüfstand des katholischen Ordenslebens

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Corporate Governance ist seit mindestens zwei Jahrzehnten regelmäßig ein wesentlicher Bestandteil der öffentlichen Diskussion. Diese hat, meist als eine Reaktion auf schwere Finanzkrisen und -skandale, eine Reihe von Reformbestrebungen angestoßen. Deren expliziter Zweck ist in der Regel, das langfristige Überleben und somit die Sicherstellung der Interessen der verschiedenen Interessengruppen (Stakeholder) zu gewährleisten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universität Jean Moulin Lyon 3LyonFrankreich

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