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  • Engels
  • 10-05-2019

The ninth edition of The Corporate Governance Review edited by Willem Calkoen has recently been published. The book describes the most important developments in the field of corporate governance in 29 countries.

In this ninth edition, we can see that corporate governance is becoming a more vital and all-encompassing topic with each year that passes. We all realise that the modern corporation is one of the most ingenious concepts ever devised. Our lives are dominated by corporations. We eat and breathe through them, we travel with them, we are entertained by them, most of us work for them. Most corporations aim to add value to society, and they very often do. Some, however, are exploiting, polluting, poisoning and impoverishing us. A lot depends on the commitment, direction and aims of a corporation's founders, shareholders, boards and management, and employees. Do they show commitment to all stakeholders and to long-term shareholders, or mainly to short-term shareholders? There are many variations on the structure of corporations and boards within each country and between countries. All will agree that much depends on the personalities and commitment of the persons of influence in the corporation.

The Luxembourg chapter was written by Greet Wilkenhuysen. The chapter about the Netherlands was written by Geert Raaijmakers and Suzanne Rutten. Elke Janssens was responsible for the Belgian chapter.

Please find the whole guide here.

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