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Shareholding versus stakeholding: A critical review of corporate governance
S Letza, X Sun, J Kirkbride
Corporate Governance: An International Review 12 (3), 242-262, 2004
6712004
Linking the balanced scorecard to strategy
A Butler, SR Letza, B Neale
Long range planning 30 (2), 242-153, 1997
5811997
The design and implementation of the balanced business scorecard: An analysis of three companies in practice
SR Letza
Business Process Re-engineering & Management Journal 2 (3), 54-76, 1996
2681996
Does TQM impact on bottom‐line results?
M Zairi, SR Letza, JS Oakland
The TQM Magazine 6 (1), 38-43, 1994
2101994
Corporate governance theorising: limits, critics and alternatives
S Letza, J Kirkbride, X Sun, C Smallman
International Journal of law and management 50 (1), 17-32, 2008
1602008
Reframing privatisation: Deconstructing the myth of efficiency
SR Letza, C Smallman, X Sun
Policy Sciences 37, 159-183, 2004
1042004
Two decades of the balanced scorecard: A review of developments
N Coe, S Letza
Economics and Business Review 14 (1), 63-75, 2014
742014
Regulation, Governance and Regulatory Collibration: achieving an “holistic” approach
J Kirkbride, S Letza
Corporate Governance: An International Review 12 (1), 85-92, 2004
632004
Corporate governance: paradigms, dilemmas and beyond
S Letza, X Sun
Poznan University Economic Review 2 (1), 43-59, 2002
472002
Corporate reporting
M Zairi, S Letza
Management decision 32 (2), 30-40, 1994
471994
Est in aqua dulci non invidiosa voluptas In pure water there is a pleasure begrudged by none: on ownership, accountability and control in a privatized utility
S Letza, C Smallman
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 12 (1), 65-85, 2001
452001
The efficiency of the Warsaw Stock Exchange: the first few years 1991-1996
FP Wheeler, B Neale, T Kowalski, SR Letza
Economics and Business Review 2 (2), 37-58, 2002
432002
Should Activity‐based Costing be Considered as the Costing Method of Choice for Total Quality Organizations?
SR Letza, K Gadd
The TQM Magazine 6 (5), 57-63, 1994
411994
Minority shareholders and corporate governance: Reflections on the derivative action in the UK, the USA and in China
J Kirkbride, S Letza, C Smallman
International Journal of Law and Management 51 (4), 206-219, 2009
362009
Can the Non‐executive Director be an Effective Gatekeeper? The Possible Development of a Legal Framework of Accountability
J Kirkbride, S Letza
Corporate Governance: An International Review 13 (4), 542-550, 2005
342005
The differential returns offered by mutually owned and proprietary UK depository institutions: 1993–2000
JK Ashton, S Letza
Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 74 (2), 183-204, 2003
312003
TQM: its impact on bottom line results
M Zairi, JS Oakland, SR Letza
Technical Communication (Publishing), 1993
271993
Corporate governance: Towards a theory of regulatory shift
J Kirkbride, S Letza, X Sun
European Journal of Law and Economics 20, 57-70, 2005
262005
Corporate Governance and Gatekeeper Liability: the lessons from public authorities
J Kirkbride, S Letza
Corporate governance: An international review 11 (3), 262-271, 2003
262003
Establishing the boundaries of regulation in corporate governance: Is the UK moving toward a process of collibration?
J Kirkbride, S Letza
Business and Society Review 108 (4), 463-485, 2003
242003
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