Toward a behavioral theory of boards and corporate governance

@inproceedings{Gabrielsson2009TowardAB,
  title={Toward a behavioral theory of boards and corporate governance},
  author={Jonas Gabrielsson and Morten Huse},
  year={2009}
}
Manuscript Type: Review Research Question/Issue: A coherent alternative to an economic approach of corporate governance is missing. In this paper we take steps towards developing a behavioral theory of boards and corporate governance. Research Findings/Results: Building upon concepts such as political bargaining, routinization of decision making, satisficing, and problemistic search, a behavioral theory of boards and corporate governance will focus more on (1) interactions and processes inside… CONTINUE READING

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