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    2. Stakeholder Syndrome: Does Stakeholderism Derail Effective Protections for Weaker Constituencies?

      Stakeholder Syndrome: Does Stakeholderism Derail Effective Protections for Weaker Constituencies?
      Broadening the corporate purpose to embrace stakeholderism has been a staple of corporate governance discussions in the last few years, especially after endorsements by the likes of Larry Fink, the Business Roundtable, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders. Of particular interest are some recent reexaminations of stakeholderism, which rate it as a more realistic path to improvement for weaker constituencies than direct regulation...
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    3. US Regulator Aims to Revitalise Shareholder Democracy

      US Regulator Aims to Revitalise Shareholder Democracy
      US regulators want to revitalise shareholder democracy by ensuring the views of Main Street investors on issues such as climate change and executive pay are accurately reflected by investment managers. Allison Herren Lee, acting chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, said it was time to ensure that small investors were able to hold companies and their top executives to account by improving the transparency and disclosure standards governing shareholder ...
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    4. Opinion: Why America’s CEOs have turned against shareholders

      Opinion: Why America’s CEOs have turned against shareholders
      By capturing the process to which they owe their own positions, American CEOs have made a mockery of shareholder control Katharina Pistor is Professor of Comparative Law at Columbia Law School and the author of The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality . The Business Roundtable, an association of the most powerful chief executive officers in the United States, announced this month that the era of shareholder ...
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    5. How Passive Funds Could Save Shareholder Capitalism

      How Passive Funds Could Save Shareholder Capitalism
      BlackRocks Larry Fink wants companies to make positive contribution to society Passive fund management continues to grow rapidly, gobbling up market share from the active fund management industry. As a result, passive funds are subject to lots of objections some more reasonable than others from active fund managers, who are still trying to defend their corner...
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