—The purpose of this paper is to analyse global,
mainly Anglo-Saxon and German, experience in the field of
corporate governance and then attempt to answer the question
to what extent this experience should be used by the developing
countries like Poland. In the first part of the paper the author
conducts a review of the world literature and presents the most
important conclusions from the discussion on the need for
changes in both Anglo-Saxon and German corporate
governance solutions. In the second part of the paper, the
author analyzes the Polish solutions against this background
and tries to indicate those areas of Polish corporate governance
which require significant changes. The paper ends the
recapitulation of the most important conclusions from the
—Board of directors, commercial companies
code, corporate governance, monistic and dualistic systems,
supervisory board, the Polish system of corporate governance.
Jan Jezak is with the Faculty of Management, University of Lodz, Lodz,
90-237 Poland (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: Corporate Governance in Developing Countries: Finding the Balance between Global Standards and Local Context — The Case of Poland, "Jan Jezak," International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance vol.5, no.4, pp. 374-378, 2014.