Corporate Governance in the Common-law World: the Political Foundations of Shareholder Power
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"This book presents a new comparative theory to explain this divergence and explores the theory's ramifications for law and public policy. Bruner argues that regulatory structures affecting other stakeholders' interests - notably differing degrees of social welfare protection for employees - have decisively impacted the degree of political opposition to shareholder-centric policies across the common-law world. These dynamics remain powerful forces today, and understanding them will be vital as post-crisis reforms continue to take shape."--From publisher
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Bruner, Christopher, "Corporate Governance in the Common-law World: the Political Foundations of Shareholder Power" (2013). Books. 136.