Corporate Governance Deviance

Posted by Ruth V. Aguilera (Northeastern University & ESADE Business School), William Q. Judge (Old Dominion University), Siri Terjesen (American University & Norwegian School of Economics), on Sunday, April 22, 2018 Editor's Note: Ruth V. Aguilera is Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy at Northeastern University and Visiting Professor at ESADE Business School; William Q. Judge is E.V. Williams Chair of Strategic Leadership & Professor of Strategic Management at Old Dominion University; and Siri Terjesen is Dean’s Faculty Fellow in Entrepreneurship and Director of the AU Center for Innovation at American University and Adjunct Professor at Norwegian School of Economics. This post is based on their recent article, forthcoming in Academy of Management Review. Societies throughout the world utilize a wide range of corporate governance mechanisms to govern their corporations. Normally,…

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