Rethinking Corporate Governance: From Shareholder Value to Stakeholder Value
June 7, 2011
From the Publisher:
Now that the economic orthodoxy of ‘light-touch’ regulation has been widely discredited by recent events in the financial markets, and shareholder-oriented management has come under intense scrutiny, it is time to seriously consider the merits of stakeholder-oriented economies. In this far-reaching symposium on this aspect of comparative labour relations, 35 scholars examine case studies and evolving scenarios in a wide variety of countries, from leading economic powers such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany to post-socialist states such as Poland, Hungary, and Bulgaria to the formidable global economic presences of Brazil, Russia, and India.
Rethinking Corporate Governance: From Shareholder Value to Stakeholder Value, edited by Roger Blanpain. Alphen aan den Rijn : Wolters Kluwer, Law & Business, 2011. 359 p. ISBN 9789041134509
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