A Set of International OECD and ICGN Corporate Governance Standards after Financial Crisis, Corporate Scandals and Manipulation – Implications for Developing Countries
A statement by ACCA in May 2009 that any corporate governance system should consider factors such as transparency, accountability, fairness and responsibility, raises issues in this field over past few years. There are also a few researches which have been done in the field of international corporate governance standards. This paper chooses a different analytical approach and among its aims is to give some certain systematic conclusions. First, it separates international standards into groups: ICGN and OECD latest principles covered in group 1 while it uses ACCA principles as reference. Second, it identified differences between these above set of standards which are and have been used as reference principles for many countries and organizations. Third, it aims to build a selected comparative set of standards for corporate governance system in accordance to international standards. Last but not least, this paper illustrates some ideas and policy suggestions.
Pham Minh Dat
Thuongmai University, Hanoi, Vietnam
Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy
Banking University, HCM City, Vietnam and Graduate School of International Management, International University of Japan, Niigata, Japan
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