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Conceptual Approaches to Public Governance. Corporate Governance vs. Public Governance

Privantu, Dorin Marian (2018): Conceptual Approaches to Public Governance. Corporate Governance vs. Public Governance. Published in: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Doctoral Students and Young Researchers , Vol. 6, No. 1 (19 December 2018): pp. 205-209.

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Abstract: This paper tries to define the concepts of corporate governance and public governance, to describe and analyze the most significant models while trying to answer the question What would be the most efficient model of corporate governance/ public governance? The article is structured in two parts, in the first part are presented conceptual explanations on corporate governance in the context of globalization, while in the second part there will be presented conceptual references regarding the public governance. From the content of this article the concept of corporate governance plays an important role in the business sector, which represents a central and dynamic aspect of economic reality and is increasingly present in many countries of the world. The concept of public government implies more than the provision of quality for public services, preserving the life and freedom of citizens and their participation in the decision-making process.

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