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The relative importance of equity investor versus creditor may also have a bearing on the shape and implementation of accounting regulation from one region to the next as well, of course, as on the implementation of all investment, including SRI. If the creditor is more important, then reporting may tend to be more conservative— the main objective being to protect the interests of lenders. If society at large is regarded as the most important stakeholder, accounting frameworks may tend to reflect government policy (and would be expected to be shaped by the underlying goal of raising taxes).

In the late 1990s, France, along with other countries, published corporate governance codes. Viénot 2 recommends choice with respect to separation or otherwise of the roles of CEO and chairman of the board; transparency with respect to director compensation, including stock options; a four-year limit to director terms of employment; independent directors be at least one-third of the board and also of the audit and appointments committees; and a timely reporting cycle. K. codes, they are unlikely to translate to a similar relationship between management and shareholders.

Further, because ethical solutions to commitment problems are more efficient than mechanisms designed to curb opportunism, it follows that firms that contract (through their managers) with their stakeholders on the basis of mutual trust and co-operation will have a competitive advantage over firms that do not. (Jones 1995, p. 422) In the context of a stakeholder regime well balanced between the relevant counterparties, finding an active best-in-class approach among SRI investors would not be surprising because the stakeholder firm is likely to compete on the basis of environmental and social performance as well as its economic and financial performance.

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