Research: Effective corporate governance requires several strategies

A new study by a Pennsylvania State University professor finds that the most effective corporate governance occurs when multiple mechanisms are in place.

A new study by a Pennsylvania State University professor finds that the most effective corporate governance occurs when multiple mechanisms are in place.  Penn State’s Smeal College of Business faculty member Vilmos Misangyi and a colleague from the Sinagpore Management University conducted the research, and their work found that the effectiveness of governance requires both the presence of both CEO incentive alignment and monitoring. 

The article based on the research “Substitutes or Complements? A Configurational Examination of Corporate Governance Mechanisms” will be published in the Academy of Management Journal.

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