Axel V. Werder

Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management

Chair of Organization and General Management

Str. des 17. Juni 135

Sekr. H 73

Berlin, D-10623

Germany

http://www.organisation.tu-berlin.de

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Proposal to Facilitate the Management of Cross-Border Company Groups in Europe

European Company and Financial Law Review, ECFR 2015, 299–306
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 31 Dec 2016
University of Luxembourg, Harvard University - Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, University of Zurich, London School of Economics - Law School, Independent, Independent, Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt, Independent, University of Groningen - Faculty of Law, Independent, University of Würzburg, Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management and Ghent University - Financial Law Institute
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Company law, European Company Law, Groups of companies, Group Interest

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Code Report 2007: Acceptance of the Recommendations and Suggestions of the German Corporate Governance Code

Der Betrieb, Vol. 60, pp. 869-875, 2007
Posted: 25 Apr 2007
Axel V. Werder and Till Talaulicar
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management and University of Erfurt

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Compliance, Corporate governance, German Corporate Governance Code, Management board, Statement of conformity, Supervisory board, Transparency

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The German Corporate Governance Code: Conception and Consequences

Schmalenbachs Zeitschrift fuer betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung, Special Issue, Vol. 50, pp. 15-36, 2003
Posted: 25 Apr 2007
Axel V. Werder and Till Talaulicar
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management and University of Erfurt

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Compliance, Corporate governance, German Corporate Governance Code, Management board, Statement of conformity, Supervisory board, Transparency

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Implementation of the Recommendations and Suggestions of the German Corporate Governance Code: An Empirical Survey of the DAX, MDAX and SDAX Companies

Corporate Governance Report 2006, pp. 181-190, 2006
Posted: 25 Apr 2007
Axel V. Werder and Till Talaulicar
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management and University of Erfurt

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Compliance, Corporate governance, Disclosure, German Corporate Governance Code, Statement of conformity, Transparency

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Corporate Governance Developments in Germany

HANDBOOK ON INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: COUNTRY ANALYSES, Christine A. Mallin, ed., pp. 28-44, Edward Elgar, 2006
Posted: 24 Apr 2007
Axel V. Werder and Till Talaulicar
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management and University of Erfurt

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Co-determination, Control, Corporate governance, German Corporate Governance Code, Germany, Investor protection, Remuneration, Stock corporation, Transparency

Strategic Decision Making in Start-Ups: The Effect of Top Management Team Organization and Processes on Speed and Comprehensiveness

Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 20, 2005
Posted: 04 Oct 2006
Till Talaulicar, Jens Grundei and Axel V. Werder
University of Erfurt, Technical University Berlin, Department of Busines and Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management

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Debate, Top management team organization, Trust

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The German Corporate Governance Code: General Acceptance and Neuralgic Norms - a Second Look

International Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 1, 2006
Posted: 04 Oct 2006
Axel V. Werder, Till Talaulicar and Georg L. Kolat
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management, University of Erfurt and Technical University of Berlin

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Code, Compliance, Corporate Governance, German Corporate Governance Code, Statement of conformity

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Managerial Reasoning in Takeover Battles: The Case of Sanofi-SynthéLabo and Aventis

INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: A CASE STUDY APPROACH, Christine A. Mallin, ed., Cheltenham, UK - Northampton, 2006
Posted: 04 Oct 2006
Axel V. Werder and Till Talaulicar
Technical University of Berlin, Department of Organization and General Management and University of Erfurt

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Argumentation rationality, Argumentation theory, Corporate communication, Corporate governance, Managerial reasoning, Mergers and acquisitions, Pharmaceutical industry