Corporate Governance: Accountability in the Marketplace

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Institute of Economic Affairs, 1998 - Business & Economics - 133 pages
Dr Elaine Sternberg brings a philosopher's clarity to the debate on the nature of corporate governance. She presents a robust defence of the 'Anglo-Saxon' model, before comprehensively refuting so-called 'stakeholder theories' of corporate governance.

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Contents Foreword Professor Colin Robinson
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Introduction
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The Traditional Anglo
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Elaine Sternberg is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Business and Professional Ethics, University of Leeds, and Principal of Analytical Solutions, a consultancy firm specialising in business ethics and corporate governance. During her career to date, she has spent fourteen years as an investment
banker in London, New York, and Paris; founded and ran two multi-million-pound profitable businesses; and has also lectured on business ethics at the London Business School.

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