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The prevailing approach toward ‘decision making under uncertainty’ is limited to the use of statistic methodology to avoid negative consequences. It is argued below that this way of addressing risk and uncertainty is generally unworkable because uncertainty, by and large, is not susceptible to...
Nowadays, separation of ownership from control in business causes the inability of shareholders to have a full control over managerial actions. In this situation, agency theory assumes an opportunistic behavior, that is, individuals want to maximize their own expected interests and are...
This study aims to investigate whether (a) corporate governance (CG) practice has a negative impact on size of Related Party Transactions (RPTs); (b) size of RPTs affects firm value; and (c) better corporate governance practice and higher disclosure on RPTs reduce the negative impact of size of...
The relationship between corporations and their stakeholders is changing with the advent and increased use of social media (SM). Stakeholders are more able and apt to deliver their levels of satisfaction via SM channels while companies must be able and willing to monitor their SM presence...
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