Internal Audit - Pillar of Corporate Governance
Corporate governance represents the system through which a company is being controlled and managed. In defining of this concept, works on the idea overall performance of the company is based on the theory of interest holders. The paper concerns about the relationship between corporate governance and internal audit, focusing on the role of internal audit within the economic entity, and thus in corporate governance, knowing that the value of a company maximizes in the extent to which managers succeed to identify and harmonize the conflicts of interest between the social partners of the firm, especially between shareholders and managers.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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