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Was kann die Corporate Governance in der Schweiz von der Public Governance lernen?

  • Matthias Benz
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    Das vorliegende Papier schl�gt eine neue Sicht auf Probleme der Corporate Governance vor. Es wird analysiert, wie der Unternehmenssektor bez�glich Governance vom politischen Bereich lernen kann. Demokratien haben einzigartige Institutionen der F�hrung und Kontrolle von Akteuren im �ffentlichen Bereich geschaffen, welche neue Einsichten f�r die Governance von Unternehmen geben k�nnen. Drei Bereiche werden diskutiert und konkret auf den Kontext der Schweizer Corporate Governance angewendet: Gewaltenteilung im Unternehmen, kompetitive Wahlen f�r Kernfunktionen in der Firma, und direktdemokratische Beteiligungsrechte f�r Aktion�re.

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    Paper provided by Institute for Empirical Research in Economics - University of Zurich in its series IEW - Working Papers with number 305.

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