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|Título:||Does the existing Corporate Governance structure and strict Legal Framework, affect the strategic decisionmaking of CEOs?|
|Outros títulos:||The case of Portugal; a qualitative study on business ethics|
|Data de Defesa:||Jun-2015|
|Resumo:||This thesis is a case study on Corporate Governance and Business Ethics, using the Portuguese Corporate Law as a general setting. The thesis was conducted in Portugal with illustrations on past cases under the Business Judgment Rule of the State of Delaware, U.SA along with illustrations on current cases in Portugal under the Portuguese Judicial setting, along with a comparative analysis between both. A debate is being considered among scholars and executives; a debate on best practices within corporate governance and corporate law, associated with recent discoveries of unlawful investments that lead to the bankruptcy of leading institutions and an aggravation of the crisis in Portugal. The study aimed at learning possible reasons and causes for the current situation of the country’s corporations along with attempts to discover the best way to move forward. From the interviews and analysis conducted, this paper concluded that the corporate governance structure and legal frameworks in Portugal were not the sole influencers behind the actions and decisions of Corporate Executives, nor were they the main triggers for the recent corporate mishaps. But it is rather a combination of different factors that played a significant role, such as cultural and ethical aspects, individual personalities, and others all of which created gray areas beyond the legal structure, which in turn accelerated and aggravated the corporate governance crisis in the country.|
|Designação:||An MBA Thesis, presented as part of the requirements for the degree of Masters in Business Administration from the NOVA - School of Business and Economics|
|Aparece nas colecções:||NSBE: Nova SBE - MBA Thesis|
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