Managerial Corporate Governance Communication
Corporate governance communication has steadily become more important as markets have globalised. On open markets, the specific report on economic-financial disclosures supplements the communication system of companies, whose policies are founded strongly on integration, in order to tackle an economic context that is characterised by strong competitive dynamics and growing managerial complexity. Globalisation tends to underline the importance of corporate governance communication designed to assert a corporate culture of competitive confrontation, therefore emphasising communication and information flows, decision-making autonomy and operating accountability.
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