1Resituating Corporate Governance

Lars Engwall, Jaan Grünberg, Josef Pallas, Kerstin Sahlin, Linda Wedlin, Stefan Arora-Jonsson, Helena Buhr, Katarina Buhr, Magnus Frostenson, Ingemund Hägg, Laurence Romani, Lars Strannegård and Karolina Windell


Corporate governance has become a widely discussed and researched area in the recent decades (cf., e.g., Shleifer and Vishny 1997; Fligstein and Choo 2005; Wright et al. 2013; McGahan 2014). Often these discussions and research have been, and still are, concentrated on a few well-established mechanisms (e.g., incentive systems), on regulation (e.g., financial markets frameworks) and on particular actors (e.g., investors)—i.e., a strong focus on the financial aspects. In an effort to add ...

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