Corporate and managerial private interests as motives for corporate political donations in Australia
This thesis examines corporate political donations in relation to corporate interest motives and managerial private interest motives, and the moderating effects of corporate governance mechanisms. Corporate interest motives are represented by measures of exposure to decision-making by government and its agencies. The private interest motives of managers and directors are proxied by the degree of corporate political donation influence from the professional and social networks of managers and...[Show more]
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