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Damned if we don’t, damned if we do: a sideways look at Ciaran Driver and Grahame Thompson’s Corporate Governance in Contention

Craig Berry

Arguments for shareholder primacy are deeply flawed, but that does not mean that companies in liberal market economies will readily deviate from this norm. For reformers, the question is what is feasible and which alternative is likely to work tolerably well… The advantage of implementing management-led stakeholding is that it can be initiated, if not completed with minimal structural changes … Continue reading

22 October 2018 by
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