Volume 11 - 2015 Issue 2 (continued 1)

Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition

Contents

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HUMAN RIGHTS DISCLOSURE PRACTICES. DOES OWNERSHIP MATTER? (EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIA)

Agung Nur Probohudono, Yudha Aryo Sudibyo, Atmaji Atmaji, Muhammad Noor Kholid

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art1

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DOES FAMILY INVOLVEMENT ON BOARD OF THE DIRECTORS CONTRIBUTE TO FIRM PROFITABILITY? AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM SAUDI ARABIA

Shehabaddin Abdullah A. Al-Dubai, Ku Nor Izah Ku Ismail, Noor Afza Amran

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art2

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DIFFERENT BOARD STRUCTURES AND R&D: EVIDENCE FROM JAPANESE CORPORATION

Takahiro NISHI

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art3

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INTERACTION OF RESOURCES, NETWORKS AND TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE SOCIAL VALUE

MME ‘Tshidi’ Mohapeloa, A. K Garg

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art4

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BOARDROOM GENDER DIVERSITY IN JSE-LISTED SOUTH AFRICAN MINING COMPANIES

Nthabiseng Violet Moraka

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art5

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COEXISTENCE OF CONTRASTING PRINCIPLES IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: TWO TALES OF JAPANESE FIRMS

Taeyoung Yoo

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art6

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REPUTATIONAL DYNAMIC CAPABILITY – WHAT’S BOARD GOT TO DO WITH IT

Darko Tipurić, Dina Tomšić

DOI:10.22495/cbv11i2c1art7

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