Emerging forms of Corporate and Industry Governance in the Australian Mining Industry'

Brereton, D. (2004). Emerging forms of Corporate and Industry Governance in the Australian Mining Industry'. In Johnstone, Richard and Sarre, Rick (Ed.), Regulation : enforcement and compliance (pp. 23-35) Canberra, ACT: Australian Institute of Criminology.


Author Brereton, D.
Title of chapter Emerging forms of Corporate and Industry Governance in the Australian Mining Industry'
Title of book Regulation : enforcement and compliance
Place of Publication Canberra, ACT
Publisher Australian Institute of Criminology
Publication Year 2004
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series Research and public policy series
ISBN 0642538379
Editor Johnstone, Richard
Sarre, Rick
Chapter number 2
Start page 23
End page 35
Total pages 13
Total chapters 1
Language eng
Subjects 150303 Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Abstract/Summary In recent years the Australian mining industry, in line with trends internationally, has been subjected to an increasing level of external control and scrutiny. The industry has responded to this changing environment by adopting a range of self-regulatory mechanisms at the industry and firm level that are broadly directed towards improving corporate social and environmental performance. This paper describes the new forms of corporate and industry governance that are emerging within the industry, and assesses the impact, effectiveness and likely durability of these measures.
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