|Other titles||Public trust and private enterprise :|
|Statement||the Conference Board.|
|LC Classifications||HD2741 .C653 2002|
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|Pagination||v <1 >. ;|
|LC Control Number||2003282007|
The Conference Board Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise was formed to address the circumstances which led to the recent corporate scandals and subsequent decline of confidence in American capital markets. The Commission’s work involves three major areas – executive compensation, corporate governance, and auditing and accounting. The Conference Board Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise was convened in June to address the circumstances which led to the corporate scandals that were widely reported during –and the subsequent decline of public and investorconfidence in companies, their leaders, and American capital markets. The Conference Board Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise Executive Summary 7 4The Commission recognizes that accounting expertise and standards-setting authority resides with bodies such as the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and urges these bodies to move expeditiously to determine appropriate . In January, The Conference Board's blue ribbon Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise recommended ways to improve corporate governance. Profoundly troubled by recent corporate scandals, commission members felt that a key to making certain that acts of corporate malfeasance are minimized in the future is to establish an appropriate ba.
About the author () Lynn Sharp Paine, Ph.D., J.D. is a John G. McLean Professor at the Harvard Business School and is a member of The Conference Board's Blue-Ribbon Commission on Public Trust. There are also plans for a director education program. Paine, who served on The Conference Board’s Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise in , sees some similarities in the calls to action in this year’s executive compensation task force. But the difference with the task force is its involvement in garnering support. All Book Search results » About the author () Lynn Sharp Paine, , J.D., is a John G. McLean Professor and at the Harvard Business School. She is a member of The Conference Board's Blue-Ribbon Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise, and consults to companies worldwide on leadership and values. He is chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations, founding chairman of the Institute for International Economics (Washington, D.C.), founding president of The Concord Coalition, and co-chair of The Conference Board Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprises.