The failure to constrain corporate social injury : the state, the stakeholder and the fiduciary
Business enterprises evolved from small private companies into largely independent, semi-sovereign publicly traded corporations, unrestrained by national and state governments and civil society. This resulted in excessive individual and corporate materialistic self-interest causing widespread social injury. In the mid-to-late twentieth century, institutional investors developed a self-regulatory methodology, specifically designed to identify and resolve corporate social injury based upon...[Show more]
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