Management Research Review: Volume 42 Issue 11

Communication of emergent international management research


Table of contents - Special Issue: Risk Governance: From Theoretical framing to Empirical Testing

Guest Editors: Martin Hiebl

Framing risk governance

Volker Stein, Arnd Wiedemann, Christiane Bouten

The purpose of this paper is to apply the concept of framing in the field of risk governance and risk management research.


Cost of capital and probability of default in value-based risk management

Werner Gleißner

This paper aims to present the combination of enterprise risk management (ERM) and value-based management as especially suitable methods for companies with a shareholder value…


Fighting organizational decline: a risk-based approach to organizational anti-aging

Sharon Gotteiner, Marta Mas-Machuca, Frederic Marimon

Most mature organizations face a major decline in performance at some time during their existence. For more than three decades, it has been suggested that the management practices…

Do board interlocks support monitoring effectiveness?: Evidence from listed German companies

Franziska Handschumacher, Maximilian Behrmann, Willi Ceschinski, Remmer Sassen

This paper aims to investigate the relationship between board interlocks and monitoring effectiveness for listed German companies in a context of risk governance. While…

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