*Call for Papers in Special Issue of “Building a Sustainability-oriented
Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets under a Risk Environment”*

*AD-Minister* <>

*Guest Editors*

*Miguel Cordova *(Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru)

*Maria V. Ilieva *(Osaka City University, Japan)

*Joan Lilian Ogendo* (The Technical University of Kenya, Kenya)

Large organizations and corporations’ main decisions lay in the hands of a
few. As these business agents are the most influential contributors to the
countries’ business environment, due to their strong and extensive
relationships with almost every society’s spheres, their governance
behavior are able to provide valuable insights about growth, power, and
development dynamics within the organizational landscape (Carroll &
Fennema, 2002; Hambrick, 2007; Pettigrew, 1992). Nowadays, stakeholders’
demands represent several sustainability challenges for organizations since
they have to overcome these from different strategic perspectives such as
developing innovation, achieving economic growth, standing for corporate
reputation, entering into the digital revolution, facing important social
issues, and soon (Aguilera *et al*., 2007; Gomez-Trujillo *et al.*, 2020;
Ogaga *et al.*, 2019). Hence, both, formal as well as informal mechanisms
for corporate governance come up with different ways to understand how
organizations’ leaders deal with their essential tasks such as control,
supervision, and management (Cordova, 2018; La Porta *et al*., 2000;
Shleifer & Vishny, 1997: Osedo *et al.*, 2020), through their way to
perform those major perspectives. As an additional challenge to this,
emerging markets’ environment provide opportunities as well as constraints
(Vassolo *et al.*, 2011; Young *et al.*, 2014; Letting *et al.*, 2012;
Ongore, 2011; Wasike & Owino, 2020) to mobilize those corporate governance
efforts toward sustainability concerns (Clarke, 2015; Gomez-Trujillo &
Gonzalez-Perez, 2020), while business leaders guide their vessels through
increasingly risky scenarios.

This special issue aims to encourage researchers and academics, who would
be working on management related fields to this topic, to present their
contributions. AD-Minister welcomes manuscripts that provide significant
contributions for different types of organizations such as HEIs, NGOs,
MNCs, or SMEs, which operate in Emerging Markets, in order to develop the
following topics:

·       Governance structures.

·       Ownership.

·       Top management team.

·       Board of directors, boards’ diversity and composition.

·       Corporate networks.

·       Interlocking directorates or interlocked boards.

·       Corporate mergers and acquisitions.

·       Duality of roles in the top management team.

·       Board size and committee structure.

·       Independent directors.

·       Corporate mechanisms such as poison pills, “golden parachutes”,
among others.

·       Other subjects related to this organizational field.

Expected publication: January-June 2022 issue

*Deadline for submission of full papers is May 31, 2021*. Submissions have
to be done using this link:

Manuscripts should not exceed 7000 words. This limitation includes all
figures, tables and appendices; and excludes references. Please, follow
contributor guidelines available at

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*Guest Editors*

*Miguel CORDOVA* is Associate Professor of the Deparment of Management
Sciences at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Perú). Email:
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*Maria V. ILIEVA* is a Specially appointed lecturer at the Graduate School
of Business, Osaka City University, Japan. Email: [log in to unmask];
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*Joan Lilian OGENDO* is a Lecturer at the School of Business and Management
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Carroll, W. K., & Fennema, M. (2002). Is there a transnational business
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Clarke, T. (2015). The transformation of corporate governance in emerging
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Cordova, M. (2018). The evolution of interlocking directorates studies - A
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