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Corporate Governance
Cycles of Innovation, Crisis and Reform


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Corporate Governance

November 2022 | 288 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This critical work explores the central dynamic of industrial capitalism – the cycle of brilliant innovation, catastrophic crisis, and the painful process of corporate governance reform.

Coverage includes cycles of crisis and regulation, financial bubbles, including the global financial crisis, and digital disruption. Finally, the current crisis of industry induced climate change that now imperils the world is considered.

Corporate Governance: Cycles of Innovation, Crisis and Reform is essential reading for final year undergraduate and postgraduate students of Corporate Governance, International Business and Business and Management Studies.

Thomas Clarke is Emeritus Professor of Management at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and an international corporate governance expert.
 
Cycles of Crisis and Regulation
 
The Anatomy of Financial Bubbles and Cycles
 
The Global Financial Crisis
 
The Systemic Failure of Governance Institutions: The Crisis in Purpose, Performance and Reward
 
Digital Disruption, Future Markets and Technological Crises: The Global Hegemony of Platform Technology Companies
 
Digital Disruption, Future Markets and Technological Crises: The Global Hegemony of Platform Technology Companies
 
Governance and Sustainability

Corporate and financial crises all have one thing in common: no one sees them coming and above all no one knows how they will end. Thomas Clarke exposes in a fine and critical way the decisive moments of rupture of order and how balance is recovered in a series of cycles.

His historical perspective helps us to better reflect on our present and future modes of governance. He reveals how governance and sustainability are two intrinsically linked concepts, and that a systemic perspective is necessary to understand how they are related.

Professor Wafa Khlif
Toulouse Business School

Thomas Clarke

Professor Thomas Clarke is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and international corporate governance expert. He is a former editor for governance and sustainability of the Journal of Business Ethics a FTSE 50 journal. He is the editor of The Sage Handbook of Corporate Governance, and an editor of The Oxford Handbook of the Corporation. He is editor of the Cambridge University Elements in Corporate Governance book series which features works on corporate purpose and sustainability. He contributed to the formulation of the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance (1999). He conducted the 2012 Census of Women in Leadership for the... More About Author

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