corporate governance

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The processes, both formal and informal, through which a corporation is administered and managed. Corporate governance involves the legal requirements imposed upon the corporation, the policies adopted by the corporation, and the informal customs within the corporation. The concept of corporate governance also embodies the interactions between the many parties that can be viewed as stakeholders in the corporation: directors, managers, shareholders, employees, customers, banks, and regulators.

Subjects: Economics.

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