CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (FE680E)
Time schedule (some times can still be changed, but no major changies) is here
The course plan is here
An example of an excellent exam paper by Heike Mohr is here.
Goal of the course
The goal of the course is to develop the students capacity to analyse and critically evaluate the governance of an organisation, mostly a corporation with commercial goals. The course will give the student a competence to work with highly qualified economic tasks within a corporation and governmental organisations, especially those oriented towards governance and control. Finally, the course will prepare the student for doctoral studies.
Our ambition is that your perspectives and ideas, even some of your attitudes, will change during the course. We hope to give you some new perspectives on the corporation and a more educated insight into the functions and processes of a corporation. This will improve your capacity as a professional economist and as an educated participant of society.
NEW: The correction templet for the February written examination is here
The final examination on the Corporate Governance
course will be 9 June . .
.Written examination: 9-14
.Paper: deadline 18.00 (only file at email@example.com)
The correction templet for the january written examination is here
The course evaluation you find here. And the evaluation made by the university you find here and here are written comments by the students.
Presentation of the grading of the written examination Friday 3 February, 13-14 in room 21-227. I will try to have a connection through adobe for those that have left the building, using the link below. But, since Alex and Natalie has left the building maybe I don't make it. But I will try.
Instructions for examination is here
Remember to fill in three week check at Its Learning!!!
Some recommendations from my reading and evaluation of partial paper 3 is here.
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The course plan, and as pdf
The time schedule,
The litterature list (under development)
Tip for the paper and an excellent example of a full paper
Excerpt from Collin
unfortunately, those papers (probably none) that are not avaliable at the library cannot be made publicly avaliable here, so you have to get them through Its Learning.