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Rechtspflicht zur Unternehmensplanung? - Ein Diskussionsvorschlag zur Konkretisierung der Planungspflicht und von Mindestanforderungen an eine ordnungsmäßige Unternehmensplanung -


  • Paul J. Groß

    (Ernst & Young, Cologne, Germany)

  • Matthias Amen

    (University of Duisburg & Essen, Germany)


1. Bedeutung der Unternehmensplanung 2. Unternehmensplanung im derzeitigen Wirtschaftsrecht 3. Erfordernis gesetzlicher Regelung von Pflichten und Mindestinhalten der Unternehmensplanung 4. Wirtschafts- und ordnungspolitische Vorteile einer Gesetzesänderung 5. Konkretisierung des Änderungserfordernisses handelsrechtlicher und gesellschaftsrechtlicher Bestimmungen zwecks Verankerung der Unternehmensplanung im Wirtschaftsrecht 6. Auswirkungen einer Planungspflicht auf die Abschlussprüfung Anhang: Musterentwurf der Gesetzesänderungen

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  • Paul J. Groß & Matthias Amen, 2004. "Rechtspflicht zur Unternehmensplanung? - Ein Diskussionsvorschlag zur Konkretisierung der Planungspflicht und von Mindestanforderungen an eine ordnungsmäßige Unternehmensplanung -," Finance 0409005, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpfi:0409005
    Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 20. Published in: Die Wirtschaftsprüfung, Volume 56, No. 21, 1st Nov. 2003, pp. 1161-1180 (ISSN 0340-9031)

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