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- Board, shareholder and auditor monitoring: effects on the performance of Australian listed companies
- Azim, Mohammad
- This study investigates the effects of corporate monitoring mechanisms on firm performance and their substitution and complementary effects under different conditions of agency conflict. Following the much-reported collapses of publicly listed companies such as Enron, World Com, HIH and One. Tel, corporate monitoring is an issue that has emerged at the forefront of the debate on corporate responsibility. The separation of ownership and control in publicly owned firms has the potential to create conflict between the interests of managers and shareholders. Such conflict can be reduced by devising effective monitoring mechanisms.
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- 150102 Auditing and Accountability; 150103 Financial Accounting; 150199 Accounting, Auditing and Accountability not elsewhere classified
- Auditing; Corporate governance; Performance monitoring
- Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
- Copyright © 2010 the author and LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing AG and Co. KG and licensors. All rights reserved.