Analyzing the quality of corporate governance within privatised companies in Uganda
Mboneko, Viola Rusoke
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Every country needs well- governed and managed business enterprise that can attract investors, create jobs, wealth and remain viable, sustainable and competitive in the global market. In other words, corporate governance means rigorous supervision of the management of the company. It means ensuring that business is done competently with integrity and with due regard to the stake holders. Given the poor performance of the formerly state owned enterprise in Uganda, the government through divesture program, privitised most of its enterprises with the view of creating substantial corporate performance. It is therefore, against this past that the researcher has decided to study the link between corporate governance and firm performance in the Ugandan context.