The Content of Accountability in Corporate governance
law and legislation are provide and identifies difficulties of stakeholder accountability. It is argued that there is no universal definition of efficiency as a type of accountability and it may be defined through risk management and internal control systems only. Morality is also an ambiguous category for corporate accountability originated rather from political science than jurisprudence and may be used only like upplementary remedy.That analysis allows justification of the absence of conflict between different definitions of accountability, inextricably links between them and their joint application as a guarantee of the achievement of accountability objectives.
About the AuthorNatalya Mosunova
For citation: Mosunova N. The Content of Accountability in Corporate governance. Russian Law Journal. 2014;2(3):116-129. https://doi.org/10.17589/2309-8678-2014-2-3-116-129
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