Economic growth is best measured by a country's GDP, but there are many factors that can affect this final figure.
Increasing a firm’s value requires its managers to make decisions that improve the public’s expectations of the firm’s future earnings potential.
In this third article of the corporate governance (CG) series, we discuss CG and firm value, downside risk, and CG as a distress filter.
In practice, CG refers to the system of how a company governs itself. It encompasses the company policies and processes in making corporate decisions.