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The Toronto Stock Exchange and the Institute of Corporate Directors (1999): Five Years to the Dey ("The 1999 Report on corporate governance"). Toronto: TSE-ICD. Five

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22 187 197 Cadbury, A. (1993): Thoughts on Corporate Governance. Corporate Governance: An International Review , 1: 5

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. et al. ( 2004 ): Role of the Internal Audit Function in Corporate Governance: A Synthesis of the Extant Internal Auditing Literature and Directions for Future Research . Journal of Accounting Literature 23 : 194 – 244

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. H. ( 2011 ). Great by Choice . Published by arrangement with Curtis Brown Ltd. Črnigoj , M. and Mramor , D. ( 2015 ). Alternative corporate governance paradigm and

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The article introduces the different interpretations of corporate governance, and presents its developments in Central and Eastern Europe. After analysing historical backgrounds, the author discusses the socialist era's corporate governance methods. Regarding transition to market economy, new processes of the region are presented, outlining the influence of different Western models. Finally a chapter on Hungarian corporate governance analyses the legal and practical developments in the country from the roots to date.

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Aglietta, M. — Reberioux, A. (2005): Corporate Governance Adrift: A Critique of Shareholder Value . Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar. Reberioux A

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. — Morck , R. ( 2006 ): When Labour Has a Voice in Corporate Governance . Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis , 41 ( 3 ): 489 – 510 . Flannery , M.J. ( 1986

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): Agency Costs of Free Cash-Flow, Corporate Governance and Takeovers. American Economic Review , 76: 2, pp. 323-329. Agency Costs of Free Cash-Flow, Corporate Governance and Takeovers American

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Banking Reform Commission (1999): The Report of the Banking Reform Commission . Government of Bangladesh. Basu, S. — Hwang, L. S. — Mitsudome, T. — Weintrop, J. (2007): Corporate Governance, Top Executive

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1 Introduction Executive remuneration policy is a corporate governance mechanism. The way in which top executives are remunerated determines the way they run the business and the success of the organization. It has a significant impact on the

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