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Jerzemowska Magdalena (Uniwersytet Gdański)
Przyczynek do poznania nadzoru korporacyjnego w Szwecji
Contribution to the Knowledge of Corporate Governance in Sweden
Zarządzanie i Finanse, 2016, R. 14, nr 2, cz. 2, s. 125-141, rys., bibliogr. 26 poz.
Journal of Management and Finance
Ład korporacyjny, Rozwój
Corporate governance, Development
streszcz., summ.
W artykule omówiono korzenie i uwarunkowania rozwoju corporate governance w Szwecji. Scharakteryzowano regulacje nadzoru korporacyjnego, organy spółki oraz ich hierarchię i uprawnienia, a także komitety rady oraz ich strukturę i odpowiedzialność. Szczególną uwagę zwrócono na cechy różnicujące ten model. Starano się również wskazać kierunek zmian szwedzkiego nadzoru korporacyjnego. Dla realizacji celu artykułu zastosowano krytyczną analizę adekwatnej bibliografii. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The article summarises the roots and conditions of the development of the Swedish corporate governance system. The regulations shaping Swedish corporate governance, the company's bodies and their hierarchy and powers, as well as the board's committees, their structure and responsibilities were characterised. Special attention has been paid to the features differentiating the Swedish corporate governance model. The attempt to indicate the direction of its changes has been made. In order to achieve the aim of the research the relevant bibliography has been analysed. (original abstract)
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