Role of Culture, Behaviour and Psychological Biases in Boardrooms

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Title: Role of Culture, Behaviour and Psychological Biases in Boardrooms
Authors: Brennan, Niamh
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Date: 16-Jul-2013
Online since: 2018-03-09T17:52:22Z
Abstract: There is increasing recognition of the importance for good corporate governance of hard-to-regulate features of organisations and their boards. This article examines the role of culture, behaviour and psychological biases in boardrooms, drawing particularly on Lloyd’s Report (2010) on risk and the Walker Report (2009) published after the banking crisis in the UK.
Funding Details: Queensland University of Technology
Type of material: Other
Publisher: Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation
Keywords: Boardroom cultureBehavioural influencesPyschological influences
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Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
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