Diversity and Good Governance

Governance is generally viewed in shareholder terms and is defined by the rights and responsibilities of directors, as well as by a compliance view of the audit function. By looking at the development of governance frameworks in the UK, US, Canada, India and South Africa it becomes apparent that a broader view of governance which takes a stakeholder view has broad implications.

Peters, B.K.G., April, K.A., Shockley, M.L. & Dhamija, V. (2007) Diversity and Good Governance, in April, K.A. & Shockley, M.L. (eds) Diversity: New Realities in a Changing World, pp. 196 - 213, London: Palgrave Macmillan

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