Corporate Power and Responsibility

Corporate Power And Responsibility

Corporate Power and Responsibility: Issues in the Theory of Company Law (1993) is a seminal book in UK company law by J.E. Parkinson. Its focus is corporate governance from a progressive perspective which charts the flaws and maps the reforms needed to match the responsibility modern corporations have to their responsibility.

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... Corporate Power 2 ... Corporate governance shareholder democracy and the monitoring board 7 ... Social responsibility within the current legal fabric 10 ...

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