Numerous collapses and corporate scandals of large corporations have underscored the impact of corporate conduct on capital markets and society as a whole. These failures have highlighted the need for regulators to rethink regulatory frameworks and enforcement, and for corporations to rework their organizational structures and focus on business ethics. Establishing a clear understanding of the drivers of corporate failure is therefore key. In this paper, we review recent research that extends the debate on the causes and consequence of corporate failures.
- Financial market misconduct
- Law and finance