This book integrates corporate governance, corporate finance and accounting to formulate sound financial management strategies. It offers practical steps for managers using an integrated optimisation financial model to achieve good corporate governance practices which lead to lower risks and higher firm value.
Siti Nuryanah is a Researcher and a Lecturer in Accounting in the Faculty of Economics, Universitas Indonesia. She is also a teaching associate at Monash University and a sessional lecturer at Victoria University, Australia. She holds a PhD from Victoria University, a Master of Business (Accounting) from Victoria University and a Master of Finance from Universitas Indonesia. Her research interests are in the area of corporate governance, tax, accounting and finance. She has written books and published papers in international refereed journals, and is one of the reviewers of an accounting refereed journal in Indonesia: Jurnal Akuntansi Indonesia (JAKI). Sardar M. N. Islam is a Professor in the Faculty of Business and Law, Victoria University, Australia. He is undertaking research and doctorate supervision work in a wide range of disciplines including economics, finance, business, accounting, and law. He has published a number of finance, business, economics, accounting and law books, each of which makes significant scientific contributions to the literature. He has also published articles in leading international journals in his specialized research areas.