Corporate Governance is one of the core courses of school of International Finance and Trade, Shanghai International Studies University, China. The teaching team has been teaching this course since 2006 with rich teaching materials and teaching experience. This course introduces the origin and concept of corporate governance, governance subject and object, basic theory, shareholders' general meeting, board of directors, board of supervisors, senior executives, three governance models of global representation, governance mechanism of Chinese state-owned enterprises and governance practices of listed companies. The students will have a clear understanding and mastery of the theory of corporate governance, the operation mechanism of governance mode, and the comparison between Chinese and foreign governance practices. Combining with typical corporate governance cases and the practice and exploration of global corporate governance reform, this course deeply discusses the constraints and development trend of corporate governance reform in China.
This course consists of 9 units, 32 videos, 8 class hours, and all learning resources are videos. After finishing all 32 videos, you will receive a certificate to prove that you have completed the course.
Completing all learning activities of this course means passing the assessment of this course.
Yugui Zhang is the dean, professor and doctoral supervisor of school of International Finance and Trade, Shanghai International Studies University.He is also the director of Shanghai Economic Association, the standing director and deputy secretary general of Shanghai Management Education Association, a member of Shanghai International Economics and Trade Undergraduate Education Steering Committee, and a member of Shanghai Finance Graduate Education Steering Committee. His major research interests include financial competition and industrial change, international trade and Chinese economy.
|Source||Shanghai International Studies University|
|Number of learning activities||32|