In search of effective corporate governance: an explorative research within the context of semi public housing management in the Netherlands

C.F. van Dreven, H.M. Koolma

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In this paper the authors elaborate, supported by literature on trust, a framework for corporate governance that might overcome lacunas in the classical frameworks of the principal agency theory and the stewardship theory. A historical analysis of the development of corporate governance in the conext of the Dutch semipublic housing management shows that a mixture of principal agency and stewardship approach of semipublic managers proves to be contradictory and toxic. A discourse analysis and factor analysis report on the search of actors for a more effective corporate governance.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)105-116
JournalCorporate Ownership & Control
Volume14
Issue number1
Early online date7 Oct 2016
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Corporate governance
The Netherlands
Public housing
Factor analysis
Discourse analysis
Stewardship theory
Stewardship
Agency theory
Historical analysis
Managers

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In search of effective corporate governance: an explorative research within the context of semi public housing management in the Netherlands. / Dreven, C.F. van; Koolma, H.M.

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