The Netherlands Board Index program is a unique longitudinal research project that systematically follows the evolution of corporate governance and board practices in the Netherlands.
The project began in 1996 as part of Dr. Maassen's dissertation and has evolved into a leading research project on corporate governance practices in the Netherlands. Similar high quality projects follow board practices in the US, the UK and many other countries. See Spencer Stuart - www.spencerstuart.com - for more information on Board Indexes in other countries.
You can download the latest version from the Spencer Stuart website: http://www.spencerstuart.com/research/articles/1504/
The Index is historically based on top 100 corporations listed on the NYSE EuroNext - Amsterdam Exchanges - including all AEX- AMX- and AScX- companies. The 2010 version concentrates on the corporate governance practices of AEX and AMX companies.
Project Managers: drs. Han van Halder (Spencer Stuart European Board Practice), Ms. Arline de Jong (Senior Editor, Spencer Stuart). The Board Index is written in co-operation with prof. dr. ing. F.A.J. van den Bosch and dr. Gregory F. Maassen (Editor and Principal Writer), Department of Strategic Management and Business Environment, RSM Erasmus University in the Netherlands. Mr. Reinout Wijnveen (MK Multimedia) is responsible for the design of database queries and programming. Mr. Keith Fryer (Spencer Stuart UK) is responsible for the layout of the Board Index.
The following archived indexes are made available for educational purposes only. Please note that you need to obtain written permission from Dr. Gregory F. Maassen before you can use any data for (academic) research. Please contact Spencer Stuart for any other copyrights related questions.
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